Although it has been a common understanding that getting a divorce is tedious and expensive process, knowing the different ways of how to get one would make each of the couples avoid being caught off-guard should they decide to break of from their marriage. In the same way, knowing the different grounds for divorce would allow each of the couple to go through the process in an emotionally and psychologically convenient manner. During the early days when divorce was not a common trend in the society, in order for a spouse to get out of the marriage, he or she has to prove that the other has neglected the solemnity of their marriage. Such marital negligence or abuse includes adultery, physical abuse or desertion (Doskow, n.d.). Unless either of the spouses was able to provide sufficient evidence that their husband or wife commits such grave condition, they will not be able to obtain their freedom from their marital status. On the other hand as more and more matrimonies continue to seek liberation from their spouses for grounds that are not are not covered by fault divorce, another option was passed and recognized by the law in order for the couples to be separated legally from their spouses. No-fault divorce is another option for married couples whose relationship does not involve any of the conditions above. This type of divorce rather recognizes the couples’ "irreconcilable differences" where any issues that surround both of them could no longer be solved. Mediated and collaborative divorce may be similar.