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 Is California a no-fault state for divorce?

Answer California was actually the first state to adopt the no-fault divorce concept. A no-fault divorce means that both the husband and wife contributed to the break-up of the marriage. In a no-fault div... Read More »
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Is VA a fault divorce state?

You can file for divorce on either no-fault or fault grounds in Virginia. Fault grounds include adultery and cruelty, although if you file on cruelty grounds, a final decree won't be granted until ... Read More »
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Is iowa a no-fault divorce state?

All states, including Iowa, allow no-fault divorces. However, Iowa is one of only 15 states that allow only no-fault divorces. In addition, those filing for a no-fault divorce in Iowa are not requi... Read More »
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Is Illinois a no-fault divorce state?

Illinois residents can file for a no-fault divorce; however, Illinois is not considered a "pure" no-fault state. Whereas people seeking a no-fault divorce normally are not required to have a waitin... Read More »
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Is Virginia a no-fault divorce state?

People in Virginia can file for a no-fault divorce in that state. To do this if you have children, you must be separated from your spouse for a year. If you do not have children, you must be separa... Read More »
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