Kansas Bill would eliminate “no fault” divorces

by Admin on February 17, 2014

Kansas State legislators have introduced a divorce bill that contemplates eliminating “no fault” divorces, or divorces based on incompatibility so that couples could “work out on their compatibilities and work on things,” reports The Wichita Eagle. Some people have criticized the bill, calling it another way to enable the government to overreach into people’s lives. The bill, which has not been given a number yet, would “require Kansans seeking divorce to prove their spouses fault,” writes the newspaper. They believe that a bill, which is meant to make couples give divorce a second thought is only hurting families, because it makes divorce “nastier” in court and the children would have to hear it. It is not clear if the bill would work its way through the legislative process, further.

Thailand divorce laws, allow for “no fault” divorces only in divorces that are mutually consented to by both spouses. In cases where the spouses. In cases where spouses are not in agreement, however, the party filing for the Thai divorce  must prove a recognized ground for divorce.

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Mr. Hayes February 21, 2014 at 07:17

“The bill, which has not been given a number yet, would “require Kansans seeking divorce to prove their spouses fault,” – I can understand if they put it that way, but the idea of giving chance to work their relationship out is one of the best idea I read today so far.

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