A Divorce can be either a no-fault divorce, which is becoming the most common, or a fault-based divorce.
In a fault-based divorce you must prove that your spouse is to blame for the failed marriage.
Adultery, abuse or addiction, are the most common complaints fro a at fault divorce. .
No-fault divorce means that no one is to blame. A common reason in this category is irreconcilable differences.
In Georgia, and many other states, an attempt at mediation between the
parities is required before the case can be litigated in front of a judge. The
parties do not have to reach an agreement, but they must try.