Q: What Constitutes As Irreconcilable Differences?
Irreconcilable differences, simply known as a breakdown of a marriage, may result in a no-fault divorce. These differences typically involve spouses who are unable to come to terms on issues common within marriage. Such issues may include, but are not limited to:
- Raising of children
- Religious differences
- Personality conflicts
- Lack of spouses’ concern for the well-being of the other
- Financial difficulties
- Long durations of physical separation
- Lack of mutual interests
- Constant tension
Irreconcilable differences are just one of two categories under which a divorce can be filed in the state of California.
If you’ve found yourself drifting apart from your spouse and wish to end your marriage, contact a divorce attorney from the law office of Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP at 858-935-6211.