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Grounds for Divorce in New York

In order to obtain a divorce in New York, there are several procedural matters that must be addressed and issues that must be resolved. Rockland County Divorce Attorney Stacy Sabatini, Esq. has over 18 years experience helping clients throughout New York. Ms. Sabatini offers knowledgeable representation for people who are preparing for divorce, addressing the many issues including property division, spousal support, child custody and visitation, among others.

It is important to have an understanding of the New York divorce process, however to fully understand the law as it applies to your specific situation, it is in your best interests to speak with an experienced divorce attorney.

Contact our law firm online or call 845-243-0295 to learn more about the divorce process in New York and to set up an initial consultation. Family Law Attorney Stacy Sabatini, Esq., can help you understand and resolve your divorce and family law matters.

What are the Grounds For Divorce in New York?

In the past, the grounds for divorce in the state of New York were limited to allegations of abandonment, adultery, cruel and inhumane treatment, and/or imprisonment. If one party to a marriage wanted a divorce, they must have established at least one of these grounds. All divorces, even uncontested divorce, needed to be based on one of these grounds. New York has since modified the law to allow no-fault divorces for couples who have had irreconcilable differences for at least 6 months.

Contact a Rockland County Family Law Attorney Handling No-Fault Divorces in New City, New York

To learn more about the divorces process in New York, contact our Rockland County Divorce Lawyers by filling out our online form or calling 845-243-0295 to set up a consultation. Our law firm is located in New City, NY, and serves clients throughout Rockland County, Orange County, and Westchester County.

By Stacy Sabatini



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