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What Does Being in a No-Fault State Mean?
What Does Being in a No-Fault State Mean?

A fault-based divorce means there are grounds present that suggest one spouse is at fault for the ending of the marriage. In fault divorce states, grounds must exist and be proven in order to grant a divorce. In a no-fault divorce state, these grounds do not have to exist. ...

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