When One Party Doesn't Want Divorce

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What happens if I don't want a divorce?

When One Party Doesn't Want Divorce

When one party files for divorce, if the parties live in a no-fault state, there is usually not much that the responding party can do to keep the divorce from being filed or granted. Filing for divorce can be a tough proposition if one party does not desire the divorce and in many states, a no-fault divorce statute exists such that anyone seeking divorce must not state grounds other than incompatibility when seeking the divorce. Should you find yourself as the responding party in a divorce action, educate yourself as to what your rights are and how best to proceed. There are many online resources that can help you decide how best to resopnd.



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