No-Fault Divorce vs. Fault Divorce

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By Sara Pitcher Cordell & Cordell Indiana Divorce Lawyer No-fault divorce means that the court does not require a showing of wrongdoing by either party in determining whether to grant a divorce. No-fault divorce is available in all states, although many states also offer a choice of pursuing a fault-based


The Easiest And Hardest States To Get A Divorce

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By Matt Allen Editor, If you live in New Hampshire and want a quickie divorce, you’re in luck. But if you live just over the state line in Vermont, then settle in for a long, drawn-out case. That’s how varied divorce laws are in the U.S. as these two


Can I File For Divorce While On A Tourist Visa?

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Question: I need a bit of clarification on the domicile requirement for filing a divorce. Where I am from (Texas), I understand that at least one person must be domiciled in Texas for the preceding 6-month period and they have to be a resident of the county for the preceding