My spouse abandoned the marriage after 2 years of marriage and disappeared for a year. She recently surfaced in another state living with a partner. Obviously, I want out of this marriage but I want to know what is the best basis or doesn't it matter? If I file no-fault can I always change to fault?
illinois no longer has any fault grounds. none. irreconcilable differences and a six moth separation is all that is needed anywhere in the state.
The only ground for divorce in IL is Irreconcilable Differences, and you qualify to use it. The court cannot and will not accept any evidence pertaining to fault.
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