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Most states have adopted no-fault divorce laws, which only requires that the parties simply allege irreconcilable differences as the reasons for the divorce without having to present proof. These laws abrogated long-standing laws where a party had to allege specific grounds for divorce such as are found under W.Va § 48-5-201 through 209:  Abandonment

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If you ever bought a used car or a home, then you know that you can negotiate a price. But when it comes to child support, you have to follow the state’s guidelines. In other words, child support is not a negotiable item unless you mutually agree to an amount that the court will approve.

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