There are different forms of divorce that not many are aware of during the divorce process. Here we say an example of a No-Fault Divorce which is important to understand. Consult a Divorce Attorney with The Sampair Group in Glendale regarding your rights.
According to Nolo Press, a “no-fault divorce” is a granted divorce “where the spouse asking for a divorce does not have to prove that the other spouse did something wrong.” A simply stated reason, such as “incompatibility” is reason enough in most states. Other states will only grant a no-fault divorce if a couple lives apart for a specified period of time.
In 1953, Oklahoma became the first state to introduce no-fault divorces. In 1970, after California’s then-governor Ronald Reagan signed no-fault divorces into law, then other states followed suit.
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