What is a no fault divorce in New York State?
Essentially, a no fault divorce means that either spouse is entitled to get a divorce based upon the grounds of an irretrievably broken marriage. I advise my clients as a Rochester Divorce Lawyer that once one spouse says it is irretrievably broken, the law would recognize that you’re entitled to a divorce without having to say anything more.
If you are interested in a No Fault Divorce in New York, contact experienced Rochester Divorce Lawyer Michael Schmitt for knowledgeable legal advice at 585-232-1770.
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