Cited grounds for divorce in England & Wales 2013, by divorcee gender

This statistic shows the cited grounds for divorce as a proportion of all divorces in England and Wales in 2013, by party to whom the divorce was granted. Irrespective of gender, the most common reason was 'behaviour'. The largest gender difference was also found in this category, with the wife citing this as ground for divorce 16 percent more often than the husband.

Cited grounds for divorce as a proportion of all divorces in England and Wales in 2013, by party to whom divorce granted*

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Source

Release date

November 2015

Region

United Kingdom (England, Wales)

Survey time period

2013

Supplementary notes

*This data excludes divorces which were granted to both parties jointly.

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