(1) Reasonable apprehension of bodily harm;
(2) False accusation of adultery or homosexuality; or
(3) Conduct or treatment which destroys or tends to destroy the mental or physical well-being, happiness and welfare of the other and render continued cohabitation unsafe or unendurable.
(b) It is not necessary to allege or prove acts of physical violence in order to establish cruel and inhuman treatment as a ground for divorce.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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