Is Indiana a no fault state in divorce?
Does Indiana grant divorces based on marital fault? However, Indiana is a no-fault state, meaning the court will also grant the parties a divorce on the grounds that there has been an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage, i.e. neither party is at fault.
Does the State of Indiana have spousal support?
Ironically, however, Indiana law does not recognize alimony or spousal support. If a spouse is physically or mentally incapacitated, a court may order maintenance is necessary during the period of incapacitation if that incapacitation materially affects that spouse’s ability to support him or herself.
How do I get a divorce if my husband doesn’t want one?
It’s acceptable to fill out a divorce application yourself (making a sole application as opposed to a joint application). You simply complete all the information about your spouse and for any questions where you don’t know the answer, you simply write “not known” on the papers.