As this blog and numerous family law commentators have often noted, marriage is a flatly unique human relationship in every instance. No two couples are alike, and the life a couple forges together is largely defined by highly singular considerations that easily distinguish them from other married parties.
We referenced the wide world of divorce advice in our immediately preceding blog post (please see our October 22 entry), noting that it ranges widely from truly inane and useless writings to quite perceptive reflections and tips for surviving -- even thriving throughout -- the process.
The quick and unequivocal answer to the question posed in the above headline is that, yes, Illinois law does recognize no-fault divorce. In fact, every state in the country has a no-fault scheme enabling would-be divorcing parties to proceed with a marital dissolution without the need to prove wrongdoing on the part of one party as a prerequisite to a judicial order granting divorce.