Tuesday, July 18, 2017
As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer I am often asked about no-fault divorce. No-fault divorce means that you’re getting divorced, you’re going to be separated, and there’s nobody that’s at fault. It’s very simple. Every state in America has a no-fault divorce. What does that mean? You may think to yourself, “He fooled around. She fooled around. He stole money. She stole this. Therefore, I want to get divorced because they’re bad people.” Nobody cares. The greatest statement I say to people is, “Unfortunately, nobody cares. It’s a cold-hearted system.” There’s no fault assigned in the state of New Jersey and in all the states to getting divorced. All you have to do is file your papers, follow the procedure, and you’re getting divorced.
Are you trying to get a divorce and are unsure what a no-fault divorce is? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Christopher Leon Garibian.
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