What are Grounds for Divorce in North Dakota?

A North Dakota Court may grant a divorce on any of the following grounds: adultery, extreme cruelty, willful desertion, willful neglect, abuse of alcohol or controlled substances, conviction of a felony or irreconcilable differences. (North Dakota Statutes Title 14 Domestic Relations and Persons Chapter 5 Divorce Section 03)

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