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Arizona is a No-Fault state, what does that mean?

A no-fault state is a state in which you may file for, and be granted, a divorce without alleging or proving any kind of marital misconduct. In other words, you can get a divorce simply because you no longer want to be married (as long as you don’t have a covenant marriage).

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