Divorce may be granted based on certain factors for marriages less than 3 years. The following lists a few of such factors, but it is not exhaustive nor does it constitute as legal advice.
Specific extreme factors that may justify an early divorce:
- Serial adultery, whereby the act of adultery occurs many times with many partners. Adulteries with a co-worker, maid, close friend or social escort can be taken into account
- Physical, sexual or mental abuse
- Infidelity-induced pregnancy
- Homosexual inclinations
- Child abuse in the family
Proceeding for a divorce can be a major life changing event with numerous considerations and repercussions. Before ensuing for a divorce, it is often advisable to seek consultation with counsellors to ensure that you are mentally prepared for the impacts that follow the legal separation, or to explore any possible chances to salvage your relationship.
For more legal information on divorce, visit:
Sub-Courts Divorce FAQ
Law Society: Divorce