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Do You Need a Reason to File for Divorce in NY?
If you are going through a no-fault divorce, Hedayati Law Group P.C. is ready to help walk you through the process and protect your interests in a court of law. Having more than 150 years of experience, our attorneys are well equipped to handle your case and can help you work towards a smooth resolution for your situation.
What is a No-Fault Divorce?
In a no-fault divorce, a couple needs only to show that their marriage has broken down irretrievably for a duration of at least six months. Once this has been established, the only remaining requirement is to decide how their divorce-related issues will be handled. This can be done collaboratively or by a court order.
The divorcing couple needs to arrange:
Exceptional Legal Counsel for No-Fault Divorce
If you and your spouse have decided to pursue a no-fault divorce, our team of experienced divorce attorneys is eager to protect your interests and help you pursue a fair settlement for your situation. Divorce can be rough, and nobody should have to go through it alone. With our compassionate representation and steadfast dedication to defending your rights, your case is sure to be in good hands.
Our firm has handled countless no-fault divorce matters and we are fully prepared to help you with your situation. Call (631) 880-6440 today to speak with one of our skilled legal professionals.
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During any matrimonial action in which alimony, maintenance or spousal support are concerns, full financial disclosure is required by both spouses under New York State Domestic Relations Law §236. Under this law, each spouse is required to complete a Net Worth Statement.
A Net Worth statement is a detailed list of:
Some additional paperwork that may be required includes tax returns and pay stubs. Whether the divorce is contested or uncontested, the financial disclosure of each spouse must be filed. Obtaining your spouse’s financial records when going through a divorce can help to determine an amount of support that is fair and not unreasonable for you and your child.
Additionally, reviewing your spouse’s financial disclosure can help you determine what marital property you are entitled to receive, as well as possibly revealing unknown assets. Regardless of the situation, it is always extremely important to have a knowledgeable lawyer from our firm review your spouse’s Net Worth Statement to advise you on the best course of action.
Is New York a No-Fault Divorce State?
Yes, there is an option for a no-fault divorce in the state of New York.