Can someone defend a claim of incompatibility in a no-fault divorce state?

In a no-fault state, the spouse who wants to end the marriage has all the cards, and the spouse who wants to prevent the divorce has little chance of defending against the action. In a no-fault state, if one partner of a married couple wants to obtain a divorce, there is little that the other partner can do to prevent it.

If one partner is claiming an irretrievable breakdown in the marriage and is suing for divorce, then there is an irretrievable breakdown. If one person in a couple has a problem with the marriage, then there is a problem with the marriage.