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No-Fault Divorce

Definition - What does No-Fault Divorce mean?

A no-fault divorce is a type of divorce that means neither side needs to prove that the other party was deficient regarding the rules of marriage. This term is used in states where the term "dissolution" is not used.

No-fault divorce is also known as dissolution.

Justipedia explains No-Fault Divorce

A no-fault divorce is the fastest and cheapest way to effect a divorce. It's made easier by the fact that it can be done by the individual and is not so technical in nature as to require legal assistance. It can only be used at times when both parties agree in advance to all of the points within their separation, including the division of assets, child custody and maintenance.

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