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Yes, the grounds for which are the conviction of either party of a felony, impotence, or incurable insanity for a period of at least two years.
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Once you file your Petition for Dissolution, Indiana law implements a 60-day waiting period during which the parties’ divorce may not be granted.
After expiration of the waiting period, the parties may proceed to a final hearing to resolve their dissolution.
However, it could take longer than 60 days, depending on the issues of your case and the court’s schedule. There are many ways to resolve most parties’ issues without litigation, including mediation and settlement conferences.
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The dissolution of marriage grounds are as follows: Irretrievable breakdown of the marriage.
Fault: Unfortunately, how much a divorce costs is based on too many variables to provide an estimate of anticipated costs.
The second circumstance is when a court finds that a spouse lacks sufficient property to provide for the spouse’s needs and the spouse is the custodian of a child whose physical or mental incapacity requires the custodian to forgo employment.
Finally, if a spouse has had an interruption in their education, training, or employment as a result of homemaking or child care responsibilities, the court may find that rehabilitative maintenance for that spouse is necessary in an amount and for a period of time that the court considers appropriate, but not to exceed three years from the date of the final decree.