Pennsylvania No Fault Divorce
Pennsylvania came in existence as a fault state before 1980. Practically, it rarely happens that in marital life, one partner is completely at fault and the other partner has absolutely don't commit any mistake. When the courts in this state found that both partners were at fault, the request for divorce of such partners would be denied by the court. The result was that those partners who slandered and insulted each other in court would be coerced to remain married with each other. It can be easily seen that this is not at all pragmatic. In 1980, the legislature of this state passed the no fault statute.
Types of Pennsylvania No Fault Divorce
Consensual No Fault
Residency requirements of Pennsylvania No Fault Divorce
Minimum one of the divorcing partners must be residing in this state for a minimum span of six months before the date of filing of the divorce papers.
No Fault By Mail Divorce
A By Mail Divorce is one in which all proceedings are managed by mail. There is no necessity of a face to face talk with an attorney or any court appearance. It has been observed that if one or more of the below mentioned conditions exist, then, the No Fault By Mail divorce is not practical.
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