Ending a marriage can be a difficult step. You recognize that something went wrong in your marriage and that you are no longer happy. Even if you take some of the responsibility for what went wrong, you may still blame your spouse. However, is it important to ask the Court to find fault with your spouse?

How you file for divorce does not change what happened in your marriage. However, it can have a big impact on your immediate future. Generally, an at-fault divorce for something such as adultery, abandonment, or abuse may take significantly longer and may be significantly more expensive than a no fault divorce.

In the end, the result is the same. You have dissolved your marriage and you are free to move on with your life. The time and money you may save with a no fault divorce may be more important to your future than a finding of fault by the Court.

For more information about whether a no fault divorce may be right for you, please contact us via this website or at (215) 600-1643.