07-31-2012, 11:34 PM
Join Date: Apr 2012
| | Re: "Grounds For Divorce"
Nowadays, with no fault divorce being the rule in most states rather than the exception, there's very little to be gained in finding fault with your spouse.
Skip the grounds trial and tens of thousands of dollars, and many months waiting for the courts to get to your case (at least in my state) and go right to the disputed parts of the divorce, such as custody, support, and asset distribution.
The less litigation the better. Especially for those who are going the pro se route, you know the saying "someone who represents themselves rather than using an attorney has a fool for a client".