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No-Fault Divorce in New York

In 2010, New York became the last state in the country to pass a no-fault divorce law, allowing spouses to file for a marital dissolution simply by asserting that their relationship was “irretrievably broken.” Prior to passage of the new law, petitioners for divorce would have to allege grounds, such as: Cruel and inhuman treatment… Read More »

New York’s New Spousal Support Law Corrects Problems of 2010

New York’s no-fault divorce law of 2010 introduced guidelines for temporary spousal maintenance that were meant to standardize awards, but those guidelines created unintended consequences that the legislature has now acted to correct. According to the New York Law Journal, by relying on disparity of income rather than need, the 2010 guidelines often produced a… Read More »

How Divorce can Make you a Better Dad

Divorcing fathers often feel at a disadvantage in a legal climate that has historically favored mothers. While the family courts have shifted over the last 20 years to more equal time sharing between parents, fathers still often leave the primary residence of their children when they divorce. There is a silver lining, however, and that… Read More »

Can I Have my Marriage Annulled?

Under certain circumstances, a marriage that should not or could not legally have existed is performed without the knowledge that it is not valid. Such a marriage can be ended with an annulment, a process that is, in many cases, simpler than divorce. Marriages that qualify for annulment are one of two things — void… Read More »