Are you considering a
divorce from your spouse but do not want to spend months battling over the details?
If so, you may be eligible for a "no fault" divorce.
What Is No Fault Divorce?
This type of divorce is available to residents of most states. As its name
implies, there is no fault assigned to either party in the divorce. Instead,
the person who files for divorce provides a reason such as "irreconcilable
differences" or "incompatibility" for wanting to end the
marriage. If the other person agrees to the no-fault divorce, the process
of separation is hastened.
In no fault divorce, parties must still decide on major issues of the divorce,
- Division of assets and properties
- Child custody and visitation
- Spousal support
Depending on what state you reside in, however, you may not be able to
obtain a divorce immediately. Some states require that you live separately
for several months or even years before they can finalize their no-fault divorce.
Filing for Divorce? Call to Learn More.
To see what the rules regarding divorce are in New York,
contact the Meyers Law Group now and speak with one of our knowledgeable Long Island family lawyers.
Drawing from decades of experience and knowledge of local family courts,
we are ready to guide you through your divorce case.
We can represent clients across
Nassau County, and all of Long Island.