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Divorce Law – Grounds for Divorce in New York

  • New York recently became a no-fault divorce state.
  • There is a new statute that says that you no longer really need a grounds other than the relationship has broken down irretrievably. You do not have to assign fault.
  • These are how uncontested divorces are brought now.

This short informational legal video was provided by Nicholas Mattia, an experienced Jackson Heights, Queens County divorce and family law attorney.