Such desertion without due cause is, in England, ground for a judicial separation.
She might sue for a judicial separation, at the least, if not a divorce.
By a divorce pronounced after a judicial separation has been obtained by one of the spouses.
It is an absolute bar to a suit for judicial separation that the petitioner has committed adultery since the marriage.
I read to him portions of your letter, and he is of opinion that you might get what he calls a judicial separation.
The causes for absolute divorce or for a judicial separation are the same as those given above for the State of Queensland.
After some years of quarrelling, which culminated in personal violence on her husband's part, she obtained a judicial separation.
A wife can obtain a judicial separation if she can prove adultery, cruelty, or desertion without reasonable cause for two years.
A judicial separation or divorce from bed and board may be granted because of cruelty, unjustifiable desertion or drunkenness.
It took the poor man seven years to secure a judicial separation from his wife.