In 1970, the State of California originated the concept of “no-fault” divorce. The rationale behind the law was that there was no point in forcing people to stay in a marriage when they were not happy in it, and that requiring someone to prove legal grounds to dissolve the marriage was not serving any useful
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Rhode Island allows couples to file for divorce under either fault or no-fault grounds. The fault-based grounds for divorce include impotency, adultery, extreme cruelty, and continued drunkenness. When a couple files for divorce on a no-fault ground, they can cite irreconcilable differences or state that they have been living separate and apart for at least
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If you are caught stealing and or are accused of stealing, it is, in the eyes of the law considered petty theft. The charge itself being “petty” can still carry some serious repercussions and it is highly recommended to hire an attorney to help you navigate these waters. The value limits vary from state to
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