No-fault divorce was originally posed as a way to facilitate independent decision making, allowing couples to dissolve a contract that was no longer beneficial to them. The two litigants are treated as equals, both blameless partners who have simply changed their minds about the desire to cohabitate and wish to alter the marriage contract. This […]
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