There are two ways that individuals can file for divorce: alleging fault or no-fault. The latter implies that the parties are no longer able to make their marriage work because they do not get along or are otherwise incompatible.
This video provides information about both types of divorces. While a no-fault divorce implies no blame from either party, a fault-based divorce occurs when one party accuses the other of causing the dissolution of the marriage. Watch this clip to find out which type of divorce may be appropriate for your situation.
Regardless of whether your spouse was at fault or not, Pennsylvania attorney Michael E. Eisenberg, Esq. can help you file for divorce. He is an experienced family law practitioner who understands how to help you leave your marriage on the most favorable terms for you. Call our office in Montgomery County at (267) 722-8383 to schedule a consultation.