Insupportability is another name for what is commonly called a “no-fault divorce”. In Texas, you can get a divorce based simply upon not getting along with your spouse anymore. The typical language found in a divorce petition or divorce decree will state that the grounds for divorce are based on a “discord or conflict in personalities that destroys the legitimate ends of the marital relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation.”
Even if one of the spouses is at fault for the break-up of the marriage, many spouses choose to pursue a divorce based on the grounds of insupportability because of a number of strategic considerations. Divorces can be very complicated, and it is important to have a team of attorneys that you can trust to guide you through one of the most difficult experiences of your life.