In Australia, the courts rely on the the ‘no-fault’ principle, meaning that the reason for the breakdown of marriage is not taken into consideration. In order to be allowed to divorce, it must be established that there has been an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. This requires that the couple have been separated for at least (12) twelves months and (1) one day. As part of the divorce, there is the question of property settlement and spousal maintenance, proceedings for this claims must be commenced within one year of the divorce.
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