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No-fault divorce may interest New York residents

In many cases in which marriages do not last, there are no particular actions that cause the rifts in the relationships. Some individuals may simply grow apart and find that they are no longer compatible. Of course, there are instances in which adultery or other actions could lead to divorce, but, luckily, there no longer has to be a defining reason for individuals to divorce.

Though no-fault divorce did not come to New York until 2010, it is a common situation for individuals who are simply no longer happy in their marriage. Before this type of divorce was available, individuals often indicated that divorce was necessary because they were facing considerable mental stress brought on by their relationships. Now, this type of divorce allows for parties to end their marriages without having specific legal grounds other than irreconcilable differences. 

No-fault divorce may be helpful to individuals who feel unhappy in their marriages but who have faced no outstanding issues, such as cheating or abusive spouses. In many situations involving this type of arrangement, the proceedings will be less likely to have as much conflict, as it is more likely that both parties wish to end the marriage. Of course, negotiations will likely still be necessary when it comes to certain aspects of the proceedings.

Divorcing under any circumstances may prove to be a stressful situation for those going through the process. Therefore, understanding what to expect from the proceedings may help New York residents feel more confident moving forward. If concerned individuals would like more information on no-fault and other types of divorce, they may wish to consult with experienced divorce attorneys.

Source: The Huffington Post, "What Does "No Fault" Divorce Mean?", Fred Silberberg, May 10, 2016

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