Day: November 25, 2019

No-Fault Divorce or a Fault Divorce? What You Need to Know

Fault and no-fault divorce are among the many types of divorce. To get an overview, a fault divorce is when one party accuses the other of committing marital misconduct, while a no-fault divorce is when the married couple agrees to end their marriage without blaming each other for wrongdoings. "Irreconcilable differences" is cited as the reason …

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