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What Is a No-Fault Divorce?
With a no-fault divorce, you don’t have to explain to the court why you are seeking a divorce or prove that your spouse is at fault; you simply let the court know that you want a divorce based on irreconcilable differences.
There’s no need to argue that your spouse did something wrong because the judge won’t consider the other party’s misconduct when granting the divorce. However, both spouses have to agree to incompatibility.
If a spouse denies the claim, you’ll be forced to use one or more of the grounds for divorce.
What Is a Fault Divorce?
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Grounds for divorce
Some legal grounds will most likely lead to legal arguments than others. If your partner disagrees with your legal grounds, you’ll have to prove even one of them in court. This process can be complicated since you’ll need to submit evidence and find witnesses to prove that at least one of the grounds is true.
Some recognized grounds under Section 3105.01 of the Ohio Revised Code include:
Divorces are often unforeseen and uncomfortable. But knowing your legal options can help reduce some of the potential issues during the process. We have years of experience and success as divorce attorneys in Colombus, Ohio.