After the recent well-publicised visit of Mike Tindall and other members of the England Rugby Union team to an after-match party involving some questionable activities, some people may be wondering exactly what is unreasonable behaviour when it comes to divorce.
The legal definition of unreasonable behaviour is that behaviour that you personally find so unreasonable that you can no longer live with the other person. This is a personal test and could be anything from not changing their socks often enough (a true allegation in one petition) to domestic violence. The scope is very wide and is something that you may very well need advice upon. Whether you are a man seeking advice from a lawyer for men or a lady who needs representation, HilliersHRW has the lawyer with the necessary expertise.
In any event there can be no divorce until you have been married for a year. With Mrs Tindall on her way to New Zealand it is likely that any further parties will be much more subdued affairs. Good luck Mr Tindall!
HilliersHRW wish the team every success in their campaign.
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