What Is the Difference Between No-Fault and Fault Grounds for Divorce?
The difference between fault and no-fault grounds is dependent on the proof the petitioner must present to obtain a divorce decree. For example, imprisonment of a spouse in some states would be considered a fault grounds for a divorce and in other states it would be considered a no-fault grounds for a divorce.
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