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The only true "no fault" grounds for divorce permitted by Ohio is "living separate and apart for one year without interruption and without cohabitation" and ...

www.dissolutionanddivorce.com/divorce-versus-dissolution

Divorce and Dissolution are both legal methods to end a marriage in Ohio. Compare the differences between a divorce versus dissolution.

www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/divorce-vs-dissolution--what-is-the-difference-1

May 20, 2010 ... The difference between a dissolution and divorce is in all in the filing with the court and the procedure that follows. To understand the ...

info.legalzoom.com/difference-between-divorce-dissolution-marriage-24696.html

No-Fault vs. Uncontested. An uncontested divorce and a no-fault divorce are not the same thing. Contesting a divorce simply means that one spouse challenges ...

www.divorcenet.com/legal-advice/divorce/divorce-basics/what-dissolution-marriage

In most states, "dissolution of marriage" is just another way of saying “divorce,” and it refers to the process by which a couple can end their marriage permanently ...

www.divorcenet.com/states/ohio/ohfaq02

In short, at least one-third of married couples in Ohio will one day have some questions about ending legal rights or obligations – whether it is via divorce, ...

www.divorcenet.com/states/ohio/ohfaq03

A dissolution of marriage in Ohio is a non-adversarial, "no-fault," proceeding to legally end a marriage. The spouses file a joint petition with the court, requesting  ...

www.farlowlaw.com/online-services/dissolution-uncontested-divorce

Columbus Dissolution of Marriage Attorneys. In the event that you and your spouse agree to terminate your marital relationship, and are able to reach ...

www.livestrong.com/article/173158-what-is-the-difference-between-a-divorce-a-dissolution

Jan 28, 2015 ... Every state writes its own family laws. It's in your best interest to speak with a local attorney before filing for divorce or dissolution to be...