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Delaware is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning that neither party involved must place blame on the other. The grounds for divorce are incompatibility and a voluntary separation.
Divorces based on fault can still take place, but the problem is that grounds for fault – such as intoxication, physical abuse, mental abuse, insanity, or drug abuse – must be proved, and you must prove that it was the other party’s fault for doing them. That can be difficult; very often “no-fault” is the best option.