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Best Answer dashingscorpio says
Mainly "no fault divorce" allowed couples the ability not to have to smear one another's name. No need to "list a reason" such as cheating or abuse. They could simply say: "irreconcilable differences" and leave it at that.
"There is no bad guy"
common grounds for granting a fault divorce are:
Abandonment for a certain length of time
A spouse is physically unable to have sexual intercourse
Inflicting emotional or physical pain (cruelty)
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Nichol marie says
Some experts also say many couples got married too quickly!
They fall head over hills with someone, become engaged only later to find out after they reveal their "authentic selves" they're not compatible! Sometimes cheating/abuse is a cause too!