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31 May 12 #334380 by GeordieAl
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I discovered whilst living with my spouse, that over a matter of months money was being pilfered from my works briefcase and pockets, whilst I was asleep. I felt that I could no longer trust my spouse, so confronted her with it and she admitted doing the deed, which made me feel as though I was not providing properly for her and her children from a previous marriage. Is this grounds for unreasonable behaviour.

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31 May 12 #334383 by jslgb
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I''m not 100% sure of the legal procedures based around Unreasonable Behaviour but i can tell you what my solicitor told me the other week! To Petition on grounds of unreasonable behaviour you need to present 5 examples of behaviour. These can be anything that you find unreasonable to you. I saw someone on here mention that you could cite the fact that your spouse left their socks on the floor everyday for a period of time! Two examples for you could be 1. Deception and 2. Theft. If you''ve reached the point of divorce, i''m sure you can find 5 more!!

My solicitor told me the court doesnt care how the marriage broke down, just that it did! Your spouse can choose to reject the reasons but still agree to the divorce.

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