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A “no-fault” divorce allows a divorcing couple the ability to end their marriage without concern over the case reaching court and information being shared in public. With a “no-fault” divorce case, you can file based on “irreconcilable differences” or “irretrievable breakdown of the marriage.”
In a no-fault divorce, there is no need to go into details about spousal behavior. The courts will focus on moving forward with a divorce based on both parties amicably agreeing to divorce without contention.
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What is a Fault Divorce?
With a fault divorce case, one spouse will lay claim against the other arguing that they did something that caused the marriage to end. Some of the reasons why a fault divorce occurs include:
- Substance abuse
Fault can cause the courts to consider additional information moving forward with property division and awarding alimony. To learn how a no-fault and fault divorce proceeding will work, contact our Raleigh and Cary divorce attorney’s today.
Why choose Ammon Nelson Law, PLLC?
- We have over a decade of family law experience*.
- Nominated and awarded “New Parental Defender of the Year” in 2018*
- We are in Good Standing at Avvo
- We have a 4.9 Star Rating on Google
- We are devoted and compassionate legal advocates.
- Wrote “5 Things You Must Know Before Filing For Divorce in North Carolina”
*Ammon Nelson Law, PLLC was established in 2011 in Utah and received permission to practice law in North Carolina in 2021.
For your Raleigh, Cary, and Triangle family law needs, contact us today and schedule a consultation