No-fault divorce does not assign the fault of the divorce on one spouse, and cites no grounds for divorce other than a breakdown of the marriage. Spouses filing a no-fault divorce usually complete the divorce in an uncontested manner.
Common grounds of no-fault divorce are:
Every U.S. state has their own divorce laws. To read up on individual state no-fault divorce laws, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on a state.
A no-fault divorce allows spouses to legally separate and divorce without the fault of the divorce pinned on one spouse. By following through with a no-fault divorce, spouses may divorce in an uncontested manner if they are willing to collaborate on the terms of the divorce.
By divorcing in an uncontested manner, spouses may bypass hiring attorneys, court hearings, and the drawn out divorce process.
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