GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE: NO-FAULT or FAULT ?
The no-fault ground for divorce usually used with these documents is “Irretrievable Breakdown of the marriage and that further attempts at reconciliation are impractical or futile and not in the best interests of the parties or family". Most clients use this ground since it does not require proof at the final hearing.
A full list of the fault grounds that are available for a
divorce filed in Indiana are as follows: (Requires proof or the case can be
(1) Felony conviction.
(2) Impotence, existing at the time of the marriage.
(3) Incurable insanity for at least 2 years.