The Pros & Cons of No-Fault Divorce
For better or worse, when one does make the decision to file, "grounds," or the reason the divorce is sought, must always be established. Sometimes, it's also necessary to assign "fault" to either party. Faults, such as adultery, domestic abuse, substance abuse, and other wrongdoings, are often cited. And although every U.S. state offers some form of no-fault grounds for divorce, only the District of Columbia and 17 states are known as true no-fault states, meaning there's no need to cast blame onto either party, and you can leave the marriage without providing a reason why.
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Article Written By: Cathy Meyer
Original Article Posted on: 04/21/21
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