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... "No Fault Divorce" because no major fault must be alleged, such as adultery or abuse. "What was entered into by two people are now being ...
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... dissolution of their marriage, if there are no proven allegations of fault such as adultery or abuse. This reform would replace No Fault Divorce in cases involving children ...
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