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Are your children interested in pressing charges ?
Would you like to apply for a separation or divorce ?
no they will not. I want a devorce
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In PA you can file for either a fault or no-fault divorce. The outcome of the divorce is likely to be more favorable to you if you are granted a fault-divorce.
There are a number of fault grounds. You may consider that due to the newly acquired information that living together has been made impossible due to the fault of your husband.
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