Grounds for Divorce
Tennessee law recognizes both fault-based and no-fault grounds for divorce.
Fault-based grounds for divorce in Tennessee include impotence, adultery, a conviction of an infamous crime or felony, alcohol or drug addiction, willful desertion for one year, bigamy, endangering the life of the spouse, and cruel treatment, among others.
No-fault grounds for divorce are irreconcilable differences (for an uncontested divorce) and living separate and apart without cohabitation for two years (given that spouses do not have minor children).
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