The term Divorce refers to the dissolution or the legal end of a marriage. Each state has its own requirements governing when a divorce may be granted, including a residency
requirement and grounds or a reason for the divorce. There are both fault-based and no-fault based grounds for divorce. These, too, vary from state to state; although “irreconcilable differences” and “irretrievable breakdown” are common no-fault grounds for divorce. The 50 states also vary with respect to the division of the marital property, alimony, child custody and visitation, and child support. Please read on to find a divorce lawyer, family divorce attorney or to learn more about a divorce law firm. Divorce lawyer and divorce attorney information provided by Lawyers.com.