In 1970, California first passed something known as no-fault legislation, which was a different approach to divorce. To understand no-fault divorce, you should also know what fault divorce is. Fault divorce is a much rarer form of divorce and happens when one spouse requests that a divorce be granted based on the fault of the… Continue reading →
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