This term is used to describe one spouse’s unjustified refusal for a period of one year or more to have sexual relations with her or his spouse. However, if the refusal is consented to or acquiesced in by the other spouse, it ceases to be a divorce ground. A spouse who locks out her/his spouse or whose abuse drives the spouse from home may have committed constructive abandonment.
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