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The Dissolution of Marriage There are three family Law Act processes that cover the ending of marriages they are- 1 Decrees of divorce which is the Dissolution of marriage 2 Decrees of nullity 3 The declarations for validity of marriage While today I shall be talking about the first one I said The dissolution of marriage which is the most common out of the three Why a marriage has broken down is not an area that the Family Court is interested in Causes such as adultery desertion violence etc that have may of contributed to the ending of in marriage are not considered by the court as these use to be considered under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1959 Cth As this is the principle of No Fault where neither partner can be blamed for the causing of the breakdown in a marriage And so the only ground for divorce is to prove that your marriage has ended which is an irretrievable breakdown and this is done by living separately for at least 12 months If you happen to try to live as husband and wife for less than three months your 12-month separation will not be invalid Though it is possible for you and your spouse to live under the same roof and say you live separate and apart For this to take part both parties are not allowed to sleep together not go out with each other have a reason for still living together such as lack of finances or children they should intend to separate in the future and there are many more After a marriage has broken down the welfare of the children if any has to be settled Some parents feel that the use of the terms custody and access belittled them as it was a win or lose situation of who got the children So just recently the term residence with specific issues orders has replaced
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