What is a No-Fault Divorce?
A no-fault divorce is generally one in which the parties simply no longer get along. It doesn’t require any specific acts, such as adultery, mental cruelty, physical cruelty, or any other acts in support of a specific claim for a divorce. In New Jersey, irreconcilable differences is generally the most commonly used grounds for divorce. That simply means the parties no longer get along and they haven’t gotten along for at least six months.