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Fault-based or no-fault divorce? Which is better?

In many cases, people choose to enter into no-fault divorces. They decide that it's fair because while one person might have been more to blame than another, both parties contributed to the breakdown of the marriage.

Is it worth proving a fault in divorce?

When you know that your spouse has wronged you, you may wish to take it out on them through a divorce. However, it's important to know how seriously alleging a fault is taken and if it's really worth the trouble. In many cases, being able to prove a fault isn't going to do much in itself other than speed up the divorce process. However, if you have enough evidence, accusing your significant other of a fault and entering into a fault-based divorce could work out in your favor as you divide your assets.

What should you do before you seek a divorce?

Before you decide to get a divorce, there are some questions you should ask yourself. You don't want to rush into a divorce, because doing so could mean that you haven't really thought through the implications. You may face financial issues or find that a divorce isn't the solution you thought it would be.

Choose the type of divorce you want based on the facts

One of the most common questions attorneys are asked when clients come to them seeking divorce is, "Is a no-fault or at-fault divorce better?" Both types of divorce can be beneficial in some cases, but deciding on which to use may come down to your personal preference.

Understand the ways you can seek a divorce in New York

Divorces are generally created as "no-fault" divorces in today's world. These divorces can take place whether there has been a fault or not. That means that you can seek a divorce for nearly any reason, with the most common being a marriage that is irretrievably broken.

Fortnite blamed for gaming disorders, divorces and illness

If you have problems in your marriage as a result of feeling left out or neglected, then video games could be at the center of your divorce. If that's the case, then a recent article discussing gaming addiction could be interesting to you.

3 myths about no-fault divorces

There are many myths about divorce that you should not believe if you are planning to go through one. While there may be a moral obligation and you are worried about exposing all of the things that went wrong, many things really don't matter to the court.

Being realistic will help you during your divorce

With any divorce, it can be hard to know how to handle the situation. You want what's best for yourself in the future, but you don't necessarily want to do it at your ex-partner's expense. Even if you both want to go your separate ways, it doesn't mean there's animosity or hatred between you.