It is only a Court in this jurisdiction that can grant a Decree of Divorce.
Before a Court can grant a Decree of Divorce in Ireland, the following conditions must be met:
- The parties must have been living apart from one another for a period amounting to two out of the previous three years before the Application is made.
- There must be no reasonable prospect for reconciliation.
- Proper arrangements must have been made or will be made for the Spouse and any dependent members of the family such as children of either party and other relatives.
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