The word “divorce” indicates dissolution or the lawful end-of a married relationship. Each province has its own laws when a divorce has to be allowed. There might be equally fault and no-fault based grounds for any Divorce. The Divorce law could vary from state to state; although “irretrievable breakdown” and “irreconcilable differences” are typical no-fault cause for divorce. The states also differ in relation to the submission of child support, alimony, marital property, visitation and child custody. The dissolution of the marriage can be due to the emotional issues in a person’s lifetime. It's often profoundly painful mentally, emotionally and economically – and deciding to break the marriage and split up shared assets and property could be mind-boggling.