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What grounds are usually provided for a fault divorce?

A fault divorce is granted when one spouse is proven legally responsible for the divorce. The grounds on which a person can file against their spouse for a fault divorce include cruel and inhuman treatment, adultery, abandonment (either physical, constructive, or by repeatedly locking the other out of the home), and incarceration in prison.

If you have decided to file for a fault divorce against your spouse, you need skilled and experienced legal representation to help you through this difficult time. The Colleyville divorce attorneys of Alexander & Associates are dedicated to helping individuals who have decided to pursue a divorce get through the legal hurdles and obtain the terms they need. Contact our offices today at 817-756-4040 to talk to one of our qualified attorneys.