New York's New No-Fault Divorce Law

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Does New York’s new no-fault divorce law now automatically allow New Yorker’s to get divorced based on irreconcilable differences even if their spouse refuses to consent? No, it is not automatic. Why is it important for people to realize that New York’s new no-fault divorce law does not automatically entitle someone to a divorce based on irreconcilable differences if the other spouse contests that there are irreconcilable differences? It is important for you as the client to know this before you make a decision about proceeding with a divorce based on irreconcilable differences.

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