All states allow couples to divorce without a spouse being abusive or unfaithful. Simply not getting along can be grounds for being granted a divorce. Keep in mind that every divorce has some requisites that need to be tackled prior to being granted. Resistance from a spouse to cooperate is the leading barrier you need to climb to end your marriage.
What Is No-Fault Divorce?
A no-fault divorce is one where a couple dissolves their marriage by mutual consent, based on something like “irreconcilable differences,” rather than requiring one spouse to accuse the other of adultery, abuse, imprisonment, or abandonment. If your spouse refuses to cooperate and/or nowhere to be found you can still divorce them. The process may take longer but the goal will be accomplished.