The following is provided for informational purposes only. It is not meant to be comprehensive or to be interpreted as legal advice. It also shall not be interpreted in such a manner as to form an attorney-client relationship. For such advice, consult an experienced Family Law attorney.
Impotency is almost never pleaded as a grounds for divorce in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It should be noted that impotency is the"inability to have sexual intercourse" as opposed to "sterility" which is the inability to reproduce.
Either or both spouses may be impotent if unable to have intercourse.
As in other fault based grounds, it is usually wise to plead an irretrievable breakdown as an alternate grounds for divorce.
As in other fault based grounds, it is usually wise to plead an irretrievable breakdown as alternate grounds for the court to grant the divorce.