As an experienced Buffalo Divorce Lawyer, clients often ask about obtaining a no fault divorce action.
- Since 2010, New York State has had no-fault divorce laws.
- Rather than being forced to make allegations of wrongdoing against the other spouse, one party need only allege that the marriage has been irretrievably broken for at least six months.
- It is no longer necessary for one party to point a finger at the other and say, “She was cruel to me,” or “He abandoned me,” or “He committed adultery.”
- New York’s no-fault divorce is the way most divorces now proceed.
Are you looking to obtain a no fault divorce in Buffalo? Contact Buffalo Divorce Lawyer Michael Ranzenhofer for strong representation.