There are many reasons for grounds of divorce that a woman can take. The most used reasons include irresponsibility of the husband in fulfilling his duties and role, abuse from the husband ranging from physical and verbal, unbearable conditions set by the husband in the marriage, the husband's infertility and hence inability to have kids in the marriage and the most used reason is irreconcilable differences.
Many years ago, courts required divorcing parties to provide sufficient cause before the divorce could be granted. That is no longer the case, however, and no-fault divorce is now an option in all fifty states. In a no-fault divorce, the couple must simply tell the court that the marriage no longer exists, and the divorce will be granted. Sorting out the details of the divorce decree is typically accomplished through negotiations with attorneys present for bother parties, and the court almost always endorses the agreement in its entirety when finalizing the divorce. In some cases, though, the court may make adjustments as it sees fit.
Here can be some possible reasons why a wife may want a divorce:
- Trust issues
- Abuse or violence
- Lack of respect or communication
- Lack of love and intimacy
Seeking a divorce should be your last option though. Try to save your relationship by putting in all possible efforts; you can even get outside help (a trusted friend or a professional councelor) to help you out.