What grounds are usually provided for a no-fault divorce?
In a no-fault divorce, both parties must agree that the marriage has come to an end with no prospect for repair. Proving marital misconduct is unnecessary in a no-fault divorce. All that is required is an agreement between parties. A couple may obtain a no-fault divorce on the grounds of separation, irreconcilable differences, or irretrievable breakdown.
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