absolute divorce

Definition of "absolute divorce"
  1. A type of divorce that permanently ends the relationship between married partners and eliminates all the rights and obligations related to marriage, including property rights and obligations of fidelity
How to use "absolute divorce" in a sentence
  1. After five years of separation, they finally opted for an absolute divorce to end their marriage.
  2. The attorney suggested that an absolute divorce might be the most suitable option for their situation.
  3. Upon the granting of an absolute divorce, all marital rights and responsibilities cease to exist.

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