No-Fault Divorce Divorce Law
What is a ‘no-fault’ divorce?
Many states now permit “no-fault” divorces. A no-fault divorce is one in which neither spouse blames the other for the breakdown of the marriage. Both spouses agree that “irreconcilable differences” have arisen, and that neither time nor counseling will save the marriage; it simply will not work. A “no-fault” divorce is a more humane way to end a marriage in those states that permit it.
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