Rochester Divorce Lawyer Discusses a No Fault Divorce

Our experienced Rochester Divorce Lawyer discusses a no fault divorce in this educational article. Then, contact our lawyer for a free consultation today.

No Fault Divorce in RochesterMany people ask me as an experienced Rochester Divorce Lawyer, what a no fault divorce is in New York. In essence, a no fault divorce means that either spouse is entitled to get a divorce based upon the grounds of an irretrievably broken marriage. What this means is that the other spouse cannot say that the marriage is not irretrievably broken.  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.

This educational blog was brought to you by Michael D. Schmitt, one of our experienced Rochester Divorce Lawyers.

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