The only thing the court is interested in is helping the separating spouses or partners reach a fair agreement about how their life will be restructured after the divorce so they can move ahead to rebuild their lives.
When you start a divorce case, you can ask the judge to make orders about: If lawyers are involved, you may be able to get orders about who will pay their fees.
A divorce (also called “dissolution of marriage” or “dissolution of domestic partnership”) ends your marriage or domestic partnership (or both if you are both married and in a domestic partnership with your spouse).
After you get divorced, you will be single, and you can marry or become a domestic partner again.
If this is your situation, talk to a lawyer with experience in domestic partnership laws. If you cannot (or do not want to) get a divorce, you can ask the judge for a legal separation.
A legal separation does not end a marriage or domestic partnership.
There is no “guilty” or “non-guilty” person, from the court’s point of view.