What are “Irreconcilable Differences” in New Jersey that would justify a judge granting a divorce?

The short answer is pretty much anything. 

The New Jersey grounds for divorce were amended in 2007 to allow someone to file and obtain a divorce based upon allegations of irreconcilable differences. 

In this type of a divorce case the person seeking the divorce simply alleges that he or she believes that he or she has differences from the spouse that cannot be reconciled or fixed. 

These differences must have existed for at least six months prior to the time the divorce complaint was filed. 

And as long as someone certifies to those facts and believes that they are true, the Court has jurisdiction to grant a divorce based upon that person feeling that they have differences from their spouse that cannot be fixed. 

There is nothing that has to be "proved".

It's that simple.

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