Simply put, a divorce has two components; the grounds of the divorce and the terms of the divorce. The "no fault" law addresses the grounds component. Your lawyer may still be able to assist you with the terms of the divorce, which includes the division of property, custody and visitation of children, child and spousal support, etc.
You can't fight the divorce itself, but equitable division, child support and maintenance are not necessarily pre-determined by formula. What is pre-determined is certain support and maintenance areas are pendente lite payments, meaning, payments that are required during the pendency of the case.
However, depending upon the circumstances, the amounts from the various formulae may be changed upon sufficient showing to the court prior to trial or at trial.
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