No-fault divorce

A no-fault divorce occurs when both parties do not blame each other for the breakdown of the marriage, with reasons cited as irreconcilable differences or irretrievable breakdown. In such a divorce, accusations do not make up the basis for a divorce. With both husband and wife willing to dissolve the marriage, negotiating terms of settlement becomes easier, making the process of divorce less burdensome on both parties. No-fault divorces have become a common form of divorce now and can also be established after separation of both parties for a period of six months or longer.