A “No Fault Divorce” means that a couple can seek and obtain a divorce without needing to prove that one party was at fault, or did anything wrong.
The majority of No Fault Divorces are based upon the grounds of Irreconcilable Differences.
This basically implies that the two people have drifted apart and have moved in such separate directions that there is no way they can ever get along.
When two people decide that counseling will not work, that they no longer love each other, and that there is no possible way for their relationship to be healed, they often seek a No Fault Divorce.
Every state has their own laws regarding divorce and this includes a no fault divorce.
A No-Fault Divorce still requires the counsel of an experienced family law attorney, especially if there are children. Even a No-Fault Divorce has many issues to be addressed.