The process is very similar to building a criminal case, and can be prohibitively costly without actually meeting the thresholds required to prove the allegation.
This is why most divorce lawyers in Brooklyn advise their clients to file under the Irretrievable Breakdown ground rather than adultery, even when infidelity is the cause of the divorce.
Irretrievable Breakdown is New York’s version of no-fault divorce, and approaching the process this way relieves you of the need to provide evidence to substantiate claims of wrongdoing.
You can simply file for divorce, negotiate or litigate the relevant issues, and end your marriage.
At Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino, we can help you assess your situation and the particulars of your divorce, from the causes to the outcomes you’d like to achieve.
Our experienced Brooklyn divorce attorneys help our clients get the best possible settlements so they can easily move on when their marriages end.
Call us today at 718-725-9601 to speak to an experienced divorce lawyer in Brooklyn for free.