You will need an acceptable fault ground in order to file a claim for divorce from bed and board. Check out our detailed article What is a Divorce from Bed and Board? for more information.
There is no pre-printed form for divorce from bed and board. You must file a complaint (lawsuit) in court with your cause of action being divorce from bed and board. You can use our Sample Complaint as a guide to draft your own.
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