No Fault Divorce Process

No Fault Divorce Process

No Fault Divorce Process

Clients often ask me as a New Jersey Divorce Lawyer, “what goes on in the no fault divorce process?” No fault divorce is what happens in the United States of America. Every state has no fault divorce, which means no fault will be assigned to an individual, such as a spouse who cheats, or one who spends too much money, or treats you poorly. These items, as far as what that individual did to you as your spouse, are not compensable – unless there’s a tort, or some physical or emotional injury for which you can actually be compensated. No fault basically means you file the papers, you meet the minimum requirements.

For example, when it comes to irreconcilable differences, the court tells us there must be six months of irreconcilable differences during which you and your spouse realized that you are unable to sustain the bonds of matrimony any further. You can then get a divorce based on irreconcilable differences. No fault divorce exists in every state in the nation, and it basically means no fault is involved. The marriage simply didn’t work out. It is what it is.

Do you think the no fault divorce process is right for your marriage? Contact dedicated New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Christopher Leon Garibian for representation.

This educational blog was brought to you by Christopher Leon Garibian, an experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer in Morris County.

Christopher Leon Garibian, Esq. is a partner in the matrimonial and family law department of Weiner Law Group LLP. He has over 19 years of experience handling a multitude of Divorce and Family Law Matters throughout New Jersey. He is passionate about family law and takes pride in his ability to effectuate real change in the lives of his clients. He is certified by the State Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Attorney. If you are in need of an experienced Divorce Attorney or Family Law Attorney in NJ, contact us today for compassionate, long lasting legal solutions.

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