Divorce - Netflix

Divorce is a Dutch drama and is about three very different men between 35 and 45 who are in the middle of divorce and move in together. They share their joys and sorrows, and there is a deep male friendship. The three men are broker Baudouin, director of a fabric store David and handyman George. Their exes, Sophie, Tamar and Joyce are still arranged along with the joint house of lords.

Divorce - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Dutch

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2012-12-16

Divorce - Grounds for divorce - Netflix

Grounds for divorce are regulations specifying the circumstances under which a person will be granted a divorce. Adultery is the most common grounds for divorce. However, there are countries that view male adultery differently than female adultery as grounds for divorce. Before decisions on divorce are considered, one might check into state laws and country laws for legal divorce or separation as each culture has stipulations for divorce.

Divorce - Grounds for divorce - Netflix

Cruel and inhuman treatment constitute as grounds for divorce. In a proper defense, acceptable differences enable the defendant to have the ability to arrange grounds for divorce. Some examples for grounds for divorce are: Sexual harassment Attendant circumstance Adultery Alcoholism Disability Desertion Imprisonment Domestic violence (Including physical, sexual, or mental abuse of the other spouse and/or the child/children of the couple.) The spouse that is responsible for committing these allegations is required to confirm the correct date and place that the allegations were committed. The reason for the spouse to confirm the allegations is to show proof that the allegations have taken place in the same state. The state then has to have the authority to administer justice by hearing and determining the controversies. Different states accept different grounds for divorce. For example, some states only accept no-fault divorce where other states accept both fault and no-fault grounds for divorce.

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