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What Is The Difference Between A “Fault” And “No-Fault” Divorce?


In Texas, a divorce may be granted without either party being at fault. A divorce may also be granted when one party is found to be at fault in the break-up of the marriage (e.g., adultery or cruelty). Generally, a fault based divorce is plead to provide a basis for an unequal property division.

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