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No-fault divorce - Wikipedia
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No-fault divorce is a divorce in which the dissolution of a marriage does not require a showing of wrongdoing by either party. Laws providing for no-fault divorce ...
No Fault Divorce Vs. Fault Divorce FAQ | Nolo
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"No fault" divorce describes any divorce where the spouse asking for a divorce does not have to prove that the other spouse did something wrong. All states allow ...
No-Fault Versus Fault Divorce | DivorceNet
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When you fill out your petition (legal paperwork) for divorce in a no-fault state, you simply let the court know you're seeking a divorce based on irreconcilable ...
Which States Are No-Fault Divorce States? | legalzoom.com
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Instead, in a no-fault divorce, you merely indicate that the marriage is irretrievably broken, you have irreconcilable differences, or you are incompatible as a couple.
Fault and No-Fault Divorce: An Overview - FindLaw
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Sep 28, 2018 ... A no-fault divorce refers to a type of divorce in which the spouse that's filing for divorce doesn't have to prove any fault on the part of the other ...
Divorce in No-Fault States | South Denver Law
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In no-fault states, fault is not required to file for divorce. In other words, to file for divorce, a spouse in a no-fault state does not have to prove that the other spouse  ...
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Increasingly popular since the 1960s, no fault divorce is in effect in every state except Illinois and South Dakota. See also: divorce. The People's Law Dictionary by ...
Defining No-Fault Divorce: The Pros and Cons - Brides
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What Is No-Fault Divorce? No-fault laws eliminate the need to accuse a spouse of doing something untoward in order to establish a divorce; rather, they only need ...
What Does Being in a No-Fault State Mean? - Rech Law, PC
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Mar 23, 2020 ... North Carolina only allows for divorces to be filed as "no-fault." Our Charlotte divorce lawyers explain what this means and how it affects the ...
Fault Versus No-Fault Divorce in Virginia | Law Office of Michael ...
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Feb 11, 2021 ... Understanding The Differences Between Fault And No-Fault Divorce ... and more states began to use a “no fault” protocol when deciding divorce cases. ... Virginia allows for a no-fault divorce, which means either party can file ...
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