A no fault divorce is when 1 or both want to divorce without proving any wrong doing in the marriage. In those cases of divorcing for no reason, whoever initiates the divorce should give up their rights to their children and the other pays child support.
Initating the divorce due to cheating, abuse, alcoholism, etc is a different case. I'm talking about divorcing just because you want to without a reason. In 1970, California was 1st state to allow no fault divorces.
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sometimes marriages just don't work out. if the couple aren't happy or for some reason someone wants out they should be allowed to be happy without having to give up the right for their kids. at the end of the day child custody is not at all about the parents it's about what's best for the kid and who can be the best parent. if for example a woman doesn't feel loved and feels like she's in an empty relationship why couldn't she leave and still get to see her children. life is way to short to be in a useless mariage.1
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