There are two different kinds of grounds for divorce in Texas: no-fault grounds, which means that neither party necessarily did anything wrong to cause the separation, and fault-based grounds, which requires that the filing party prove that the other party is at fault for the divorce. Which is right for your situation?
Grounds For Divorce
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Experienced family lawyer Allison C. Williams has a wealth of information on the subject of divorce and family law. In this podcast, she answers some questions related to causes of action for divorce in New Jersey.
Regardless of your family situation, when you’re in the middle of finalizing divorce procedures, you may feel the urge to start seeing someone else in order to move on with your life. Despite the fact that this is a completely understandable and normal way of moving on from a difficult relationship, problems may arise if things have yet to be completed.
If someone has decided to divorce his or her spouse because of an addiction but the addicted spouse wants to work on their issues and stay together, can the divorce proceed without consent from both parties?
You really have to think about what the addiction is doing to the relationship between the spouses. Typically that comes up in the manner of finances. If someone has an addiction and he or she can’t stop themselves from engaging in certain behaviors, then finances are often impacted because a person may be spending excessively […]
In New Jersey there is no separate grounds for divorce based upon addiction. If you are asserting that your spouse has an addiction and you want to use that as the base for you getting a divorce, you’re essentially asserting that there is cause for the divorce, not no cause. When you file a complaint […]
New Jersey family lawyer Allison Williams discusses dealing with addiction during and after divorce, and how addiction impacts financial settlements and custody.
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 […]
Read the transcript of this video below. The dissolution procedure begins by one of the parties filing a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. This Petition notifies the Court that the parties are planning on ending their marriage. Most Petitions are filed on the grounds of incompatibility. Incompatibility means that because of discord or conflict […]