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What are Grounds for a Divorce?

Wisconsin is a no fault state so the court is only going to inquire whether or not the marriage is irretrievably broken or whether or not there is a chance that the parties can reconcile their differences. In plain terms that means the court is going to see whether or not you can overcome the obstacles in your marriage. They are not going to inquire what those obstacles are and why they cannot be overcome.

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