The New York legislature has recently passed a new law that allows no-fault divorce. In the past, in New York, you could only file for a divorce with allegations of fault such as adultery, abandonment, imprisonment, and/or cruel and inhumane treatment. The new law allows no-fault divorce if you and your spouse have had irreconcilable differences for at least six months.
An uncontested divorce is possible if the parties agree on all financial and custodial aspects, including:
We also handle family law matters not related to divorce, including the preparation of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, as well as second-parent adoptions, same-sex adoptions, and guardianship proceedings.
To schedule a consultation, contact us via e-mail or call us today. Appointments are available weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and evenings by request. We maintain an office at 48th and Madison Avenue in New York City, near Grand Central Station. We also have an office in Queens.
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