State Legislature Web Addresses
Below is a table with links to the legislature web site for each state. These web sites can be used for research of state laws, code and statutes. It is suggested focus on domestic relations, family, and/or divorce when conducting your research.
NO-FAULT DIVORCE – All jurisdictions now have no-fault divorce statutes. No-fault divorce statutes do not require showing spousal misconduct. In these actions, the court must only find 1) that the relationship is no longer viable, 2) that irreconcilable differences have caused an irremediable breakdown of the marriage, 3) that discord or conflict of personalities have destroyed the marital relationship and prevents any reasonable possibility of reconciliation, or 4) that the marriage is irretrievably broken.
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Need to Know the Law?This section will provide you with the state divorce laws addressing the following issues, but not limited to; Residency Requirements, Grounds for Divorce or Dissolution of Marriage, Legal Separation, Property Division, Child Custody, Child Support, Visitation, and Spousal Support or Alimony.
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