February 12, 2016/
California is a “no fault” state, which means that in order to get divorced you can simply tell the court that you have “irreconcilable differences” and that your marriage is over. You don’t need to give any specifics about why you feel your marriage is over. And, if your spouse feels your marriage is over, but you want to stay married, your spouse has an absolute right to get divorced from you. You can’t legally stop someone from divorcing you (except by reconciling, of course).