Unsoundness of mind- If the spouse is suffering from an incurable mental disorder to an extent that it is reasonably not expected to live with him/her, it becomes a ground for divorce. The term “mental disorder” is described in the first explanation to Section 13 as “mental illness, arrested or incomplete development of mind, psychopathic disorder or any other disorder or disability of mind and include schizophrenia”. Utah divorce forms online
Communicable disease- Incurable form of leprosy and venereal disease is also a ground for divorce.
Renunciation from the world- Renunciation from the world is a ground for divorce. If any person renounces the world, then his/her spouse can file a petition for divorce.
Presumption of death- A divorce petition can be filed against any person whose whereabouts are not known for seven years.
Judicial separation- If there has been no cohabitation between the parties for 1 year or upwards who were living separately under the decree of judicial separation.
Restitution of conjugal rights- When husband/wife obtains the decree of conjugal rights and there is no restitution of conjugal rights for the period of 1 year or more then a divorce petition can be filed.