Grounds for Divorce
To terminate the marriage, spouses must provide grounds set by the laws of the state. Wyoming is a strictly no-fault state. As such, neither spouse has to prove the fault of the other for causing the breakdown of the marriage.
The state has two no-fault grounds to choose from: irreconcilable differences or incurable insanity of one of the spouses for at least two years.
Irreconcilable differences simply means that the couple no longer gets along and there is no hope for reconciliation. In such a case, neither spouse accuses the other of the fact that the marriage relationship is broken, so there is no need to provide any evidence to the court.
If incurable insanity is used, evidence will have to be provided to show that the other party has been placed in a specialized medical institution for treatment, and the court shall hear at least two independent experts regarding the defendant's health.