Is it wrong to divorce an alcoholic?
If you're divorcing someone because of alcoholism or substance abuse problems, it may change the course not only of how the divorce proceeds, but it can also impact things like child custody. So the short answer is yes, in states where there are at-fault divorces, alcoholism is grounds for divorce.
How many divorces are caused by alcohol?
For example, according to a study published in May 2014 in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, researchers from the University of Michigan found that nearly half of the more than 17,000 study participants with a history of alcoholism got a divorce at some point in their lives, while only 30% of the
Is drug addiction grounds for divorce?
In order to be granted a divorce on the ground of habitual drug addiction, you must show that your spouse has an addiction and that this drug abuse began after you were married.