What is the legal definition of No-fault?
In the legal context, No-fault means A common type of divorce in which neither party presents evidence of wrongdoing. It’s important to note that no-fault divorces are not necessarily uncontested, as uncontested divorce means that both spouses have agreed upon issues such as alimony and child custody.
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