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Divorce includes the divsion of marital property, determining child custody and child support, and whether spousal support is warranted.
Types of Divorce “Fault” Divorce is when a spouse has been violent or abusive, committed adultery, desertion, severe drug addiction, or other significant actions that harmed the marriage. This type of divorce does not have a required period of separation, and if the fault can be proven, the spouse that is filing for divorce or given “comparative rectitude” may receive a better settlement. Some states don’t recognize fault divorce. ...
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