Irreconcilable differences as grounds for dissolution or separation
(1) A judgment for the dissolution of a marriage or a permanent or unlimited separation may be rendered when irreconcilable differences between the parties have caused the irremediable breakdown of the marriage.
(2) A judgment for separation may be rendered when:
(a) Irreconcilable differences between the parties have caused a temporary or unlimited breakdown of the marriage;
(b) The parties make and file with the court an agreement suspending for a period not less than one year their obligation to live together as spouses, and the court finds such agreement to be just and equitable; or
(c) Irreconcilable differences exist between the parties and the continuation of their status as married persons preserves or protects legal, financial, social or religious interest. [1971 c.280 §9; 1973 c.502 §1; 2003 c.576 §104; 2015 c.629 §12]
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