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Loss of grounds for divorce in MA?

My wife and I have been married for 15 years and we both know it's over. My wife though says because we spent a weekend together after i filed for divorce that now we don't have grounds for divorce. Is that so or does the law in Massachusetts allow me to go forward with the divorce.

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No, it is not so.  In Massachusetts, you do not need any grounds (such adultery, abandonment, etc.) to get a divorce.  Follow this link for information about no fault divorce in Massachusetts.  Also, it sounds like you and your wife have a difficult time ahead of you, but you should know that you can get a divorce even if your spouse does not cooperate.   For more information or to post question, visit our Massachusetts Divorce Discussion Forum.

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