What are the grounds for divorce in Utah?

Grounds for divorce in Utah include:

  • Impotency of the respondent at the time of marriage,
  • Adultery committed by the respondent subsequent to marriage,
  • Willful desertion of the petitioner by the respondent for more than one year,
  • Willful neglect of the respondent to provide for the petitioner the common necessaries of life,
  • Habitual drunkenness of the respondent,
  • Conviction of the respondent for a felony,
  • Cruel treatment of the petitioner by the respondent to the extent of causing bodily injury or great mental distress to the petitioner,
  • Irreconcilable differences of the marriage,
  • Incurable insanity, or
  • When the husband and wife have lived separately under a decree of separate maintenance of any state for three consecutive years without cohabitation.

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