1. If my spouse cheated on me, can I sue him/her for divorce on the grounds of adultery? Also what are the other legal grounds for divorce?

If both the husband and wife no longer wish to be married, they may divorce the relationship of husband and wife at any time with the consent of both. The laws of law have mentioned separate grounds for husband and wife to seek divorce in any of the following circumstances even without consent of their spouse: Grounds for Husband: • if the wife has been living separately for three or more consecutive years, without consent of the husband, • if the wife deprives the husband of maintenance costs or expels him from the house, • if the wife commits an act or conspiracy likely to cause the grievous hurt or other severe physical or mental pain to the husband, • if the wife is proved to have made sexual relation with another person. Grounds for Husband: • if the husband has been living separately for three years or more consecutively, without consent of the wife, • if the husband deprives the wife of maintenance costs or expels her from home, • if the husband commits an act or conspiracy likely to cause grievous hurt or other severe physical or mental pain to the wife, • if the husband concludes another marriage, • if the husband is proved to have made sexual intercourse with another woman, • if the husband is proved to have raped the wife.