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Marital abandonment laws in Poland

Piotr123 3 | 54
31 Aug 2020 #1
I was wondering if someone knows of the laws in Poland regarding marital abandonment? One website describe it as such:

"When one spouse just up and leaves the marriage, the other may have a fault ground for divorce -- abandonment, which is also known as desertion, a term with very unfavorable connotation.

Abandonment means that one spouse has left the other without consent, but like adultery proving desertion means more than that a person left home without the consent of the other spouse. Most states require that the defendant or respondent left home for a year or more; that the parties failed to agree about the departure; that plaintiff or petitioner failed to pay support; and that the departure was not caused by the plaintiff or petitioner."

How would the above situation be regarded by Polish law?
pawian 176 | 14,299
1 Sep 2020 #2
Yes, marital abandonment is one of the reasons for a divorce and the leaving spouse`s fault.

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