Is texas a no fault divorce state?

Answer Texas allows residents to file for no-fault divorces. Filers can state when they file for a no-fault divorce that there is so much conflict in the union, it simply cannot be repaired. Also, residen... Read More »

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What is the length of separation in Texas for a no-fault divorce?

Section 6.006 of the Texas Family Code states that a married couple may be granted a no-fault divorce if they have been separated (i.e., maintained separate living arrangements) for three consecuti... Read More »

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 »

Is Oklahoma a fault state for divorce?

Oklahoma is a no-fault state in regards to divorce. Oklahoma was actually the first state to pass this law in 1953. This means that to file for divorce in Oklahoma neither party needs to prove faul... Read More »

Is New York a no-fault divorce state?

If, as expected, Gov. David Paterson signs a bill approved by legislators in July 2010, New York will become the last state to adopt a no-fault divorce law. A no-fault divorce allows a couple to sp... Read More »