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I’m Not Sure I Have Grounds To Divorce In Brooklyn. What Do I Do?

New York has been a no-fault divorce state since 2010, which means that the grounds that used to be required for a divorce are no longer necessary, and you no longer need to prove misconduct to dissolve your marriage.

Instead, people can obtain a divorce simply by attesting that their marriage has been irretrievably broken for at least six months as part of their filing.

By using the Irretrievable Breakdown ground, you can save money and an enormous amount of energy that would previously be required to build and prosecute a case against your spouse.

Whether you and your spouse have agreed to have an uncontested divorce, or there are unresolved issues that may lead to complications, an experienced Brooklyn divorce attorney can help.

From document review to negotiation assistance to litigation, the team at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino is one of the most experienced divorce firms available.

Call us today at 718-725-9601 and talk to an experienced Brooklyn divorce attorney for free.

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