Definition - What does Constructive Abandonment mean?
Justipedia explains Constructive Abandonment
Constructive abandonment is one of the most common grounds on which couples use in a fault-based divorce. To be granted a divorce on the grounds of constructive abandonment, the divorce-seeking spouse must establish that the other spouse refused to engage in sexual relations even after repeated requests from the divorce-seeking spouse. There cannot be any physical or psychological disabilities preventing the other spouse from engaging in sexual relations.
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