A no-fault divorce is a type of divorce in which the spouse who files for divorce will not have to prove any fault on the part of the other spouse. The most common ground for a no-fault divorce in Virginia is “living separate and apart for six months” (if you have a Settlement Agreement and no minor children”) or “living separate and apart for one year without a settlement agreement”).
- What Is a No Fault Divorce?
- Virginia Uncontested Divorce Timeline
- Can There Be a Divorce If Only One of Us Wants It?
- Do I Need a Reason to Get a Divorce?
- Can I get an Annulment instead of a Divorce?
- Questions about my Home and the Divorce:
- Do I Need a Lawyer for an Uncontested Divorce?
- What Are the Best Cases for Filing Uncontested Divorce
- Why You Shouldn’t Buy Divorce Documents Online
- Can a Separation and Property Settlement Agreement be Modified?