For a lot of people, receiving the divorce petition from their spouse can be one of the hardest parts of the entire divorce process. 

Unless you've been separated for more than two years, or one of you has committed adultery, one spouse must cite examples of 'unreasonable behaviour' by the other as the reason for the divorce. This can be upsetting for the person on the receiving end. 

If you've been served with a divorce petition, or you need advice on using your spouse's unreasonable behaviour as the basis for a divorce, we can help.