No-fault and fault-based divorce in New York: A checklist

Getting divorced in New York used to require very expensive court proceedings. This changed in 2010 when New York became the last state to allow no-fault divorce. Because neither spouse has to prove fault, filing a New York no-fault divorce can save both money and effort.

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Ronna L. DeLoe, Esq.

by Ronna L. DeLoe, Esq.

Ronna L. DeLoe is a freelance writer and a published author who has written hundreds of legal articles. She does...

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Updated on: January 31, 2024 · 6min read


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