Divorce in the United States is a matter of state law, not federal law. The county court’s family division judge on petitions for dissolution of marriages.  National Association of Women Lawyers convinced the American Bar Association to create the Family Law section in the courts, then introduced no-fault divorce law in 1960 (cf. Uniform Divorce Bill). Although some states have not formed gender bias task forces, many courts are working toward the ideal of total equality and fairness says a State Task Force Reports by the National Center for State Courts.