So What If I Don’t Agree If My Marriage Is “Irretrievably Broken?”

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As I noted in this post, New York now has “no fault” divorce permitting the court to award a divorce based on one spouse’s sworn statement that the marriage has been “irretrievably broken” for at least the prior six (6) months prior to the commencement of the divorce.  So what exactly does it mean for a marriage to be “irretrievably …

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Overview of the “No Fault” Divorce Ground in New York

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As a matrimonial attorney, I receive a lot of questions about “no fault” divorce law.  No fault law in New York did not remove the need for a “ground” in order to be divorced.  In other words, New York has been and still is a “grounds” divorce state. Until October 12, 2010, there were only six grounds for divorce in …

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Taking a Moment to Tout the New York Peace Institute

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Each time I fly over New York City, I’m reminded how many people really live here.  I’m just one little light in this big ol’ city full of millions of little lights.  It’s quite beautiful to me, actually.  However, when so many people live in a densely populated area, there are bound to be a few disagreements.  That is where …

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