What is the difference between a fault and no-fault divorce?

Under the law, a divorce is the legal process for dissolving or ending a marriage. In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the grounds for divorce are either based on fault grounds or as a no-fault divorce. A no-fault divorce does not require parties to prove blame for the breakdown of the marriage. Neither party is determined to be at fault. A no-fault divorce is based on an irretrievable breakdown of the marital relationship. This is the legal phrase that shows that a marriage is broken beyond repair and there is no possibility of reconciliation. Either or both parties can file to
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