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The Grounds for Divorce Traditionally, divorce always required a showing of fault. The modern trend, however, is toward what is known as “no-fault” divorce. Though all states now offer the option of a no-fault divorce (New York ended its holdout in 2010), there are still a majority of states that allow the filing of a […]
Sometimes, in the midst of a heated custody battle or divorce settlement, a spouse may, out of intense emotions, seek an order of protection even though he or she is not in any real danger. Though a court must be convinced of such an order, it is sometimes not possible for the court to discern […]
A no-fault divorce occurs when both parties do not blame each other for the breakdown of the marriage, with reasons cited as irreconcilable differences or irretrievable breakdown. In such a divorce, accusations do not make up the basis for a divorce. With both husband and wife willing to dissolve the marriage, negotiating terms of settlement […]
Lea en español Divorce and all the legal issues associated with it—child custody, visitation, child support, alimony or spousal support, property division—these matters all differ based on state law. The Grounds for Divorce Traditionally, divorce always required a showing of fault. The modern trend, however, is toward what is known as “no-fault” divorce. Though all […]