What are the laws for divorce in Indiana?
Indiana has “no fault” divorce, which means you don’t have to prove either spouse did anything wrong to get a divorce. The spouse who wants a divorce just has to tell the court that the marriage is “irretrievably broken” to get a divorce. There is really nothing the other spouse can do to stop a divorce.
Is a sexless marriage grounds for a divorce?
A sexless marriage can survive. Though, according to Douglas, a lack of intimacy should still be taken seriously. “While sex does not define or keep a marriage together it can cause additional relationship issues related to anger, isolation, infidelity, and those could end in divorce,” she says. Dr.
Can you get alimony in Indiana?
Technically, there is no alimony in Indiana but there is “spousal maintenance”. Unlike some other states, Indiana does not recognize traditional “alimony” and the award of spousal maintenance in Indiana is limited. That article may answer some of the other questions you may have about divorce in Indiana.