What is a no-fault divorce?
A no-fault divorce is one in which neither spouse assumes responsibility for the dissolution of the marriage. The reason for a divorce will usually be recorded as “irreconcilable differences” rather than something fault-based, such as adultery. In the state of Florida, as in most states, couples can only get no-fault divorces. This makes it much easier for spouses to end their marriages, as they do not need to establish grounds for divorce such as adultery or abuse.
If you have further questions about no-fault divorce or other divorce-related topics, contact the Fort Lauderdale divorce attorneys of Eric N. Klein & Associates, P.A. at 954-580-8080.