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You have to file a new divorce petition on the basis of unreasonable behaviour. You have to list examples of unreasonable behaviour of your spouse in the divorce petition. Try to give at least 3 to 6 examples.
To rely on this, the party starting proceedings must satisfy the court that the other party to the marriage “has behaved in such a way” that they “cannot reasonably be expected to live with them”.
Your spouse can contest the divorce on this basis if he does not agree with the allegations.
it is advisable to stick to mild reasons, like your partner being moody or argumentative, inappropriate relationship (not adultery) with another person, or a lack of intimacy. Spending too much time working rather than with the family is one of the most common example of unreasonable behaviour
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If the other spouse is not agreeing to the unreasonable behaviour allegations then he/she can contest it.
And court would hear argument from both sides . And then decide on if to grant divorce on those grounds or not.