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What Is No-Fault Divorce?

The concept of no-fault divorce has made it easier for couples to end their marriage. Prior to the existence of no-fault divorce laws, a person was required to prove his or her spouse had done something to cause the breakdown of the marriage. Actions such as abuse, adultery, confinement, lack of intimacy, or abandonment were required to establish grounds for divorce or a court would not permit the couple to divorce.

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In the Midst of a Divorce? Avoid these Common Mistakes

Divorce is one of the most challenging experiences a person can face. Not only is it filled with uncertainty and emotion, there are also a number of legal complexities. Nearly everyone going through a divorce is concerned about making mistakes or doing something that could have a negative effect on their lives for years to come. Though every situation is different, there are certain things you will want to avoid to ensure your divorce process runs as smoothly as possible.

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