The grounds for divorce should have no bearing on the adjustment, particularly if you have an approved I360.
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I agree with my colleague.
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Although many attorneys have been successful with irreconcilable differences in this situation, I personally use emotional cruelty. If the VAWA application has been filed, I take the language from the application, so there is consistency. If the facts are there, and that is the reason for the divorce, why would I state differently on the divorce complaint? That's my thought on it,many way.
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