A “no-fault” divorce means one spouse must simply state a belief that the marriage is over, or “irretrievably broken.” Essentially, a no-fault divorce law gives either party the freedom to sue for divorce with only the claim of “irreconcilable differences.” Born from these laws was the concept of unilateral divorce; either spouse feeling the urge to end the marriage can do so and is free to leave. Most divorces in Georgia are no-fault divorces.

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