The no-fault divorce laws were intended to eliminate the fabrication of fault claims made by spouses wishing to divorce – not because of any infidelity, abuse, or other wrongful conduct, but because they were simply unhappy.
Grounds For Divorce
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Even in a no-fault divorce, you’ll have to choose a “grounds” for the divorce. Incompatibility is a commonly used ground.
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In this podcast, experienced family lawyer Allison C. Williams answers some of the many questions related to causes of action for divorce in New Jersey.
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In order for a couple to annul a marriage in Missouri, there must one of the following: bigamy; one of the parties was underage at the time of the marriage; fraud in the inducement of marriage such as not disclosing impotence; some type of familial relationship between the two parties; lack of legal capacity; or […]
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Bari Zell-Weinberger, a family lawyer in Parsippany, answers: Whenever an initial New Jersey Complaint for Divorce is filed, the complaint will include the reason for the divorce, known as the “grounds.” In New Jersey, recognized grounds for divorce include: Irreconcilable Differences: New Jersey’s “no-fault divorce” ground designates that a marriage has been irretrievably broken for […]