What is No-Fault Divorce?

What is No-Fault Divorce?

Divorce
The way in which couples divorce has evolved with time, and in the modern world, it can be a relatively simple process compared to the divorce cases of the past. Decades ago, a cause for the divorce was often required, and one party was considered to be at fault for the divorce - whether due to abuse, abandonment, infidelity, or other listed reasons. When there was no fault present, a divorce could not be granted, and spouses were forced to remain legally married. The “no-fault” divorce option has changed this, and California was the first state to allow no-fault divorces in the U.S. No-fault divorce makes the process easier, as no one has to prove misconduct of the other spouse. However, no-fault divorces can still be complicated, and you should…
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