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No-Fault Divorce Process

What Recent Changes In the Law Mean for You

The state of New York has recently passed a no-fault divorce law. Where a couple used to have show certain fault grounds in order to end a marriage, a couple can now seek a dissolution of the marriage it has been "broken down irretrievably for a period of at least six months." At the law firm of Macht, Brenizer & Gingold, P.C., our lawyers will walk you through the no-fault divorce process and will explain what this change in the law may mean for you.

If your marriage is at an end, we can help you with all of the legal issues that may arise. Contact our divorce attorneys online or call 315-849-2319 to schedule a meeting to discuss your case.

What Is No-Fault Divorce?

In the past, couples who wished to end a marriage had to allege some sort of wrongdoing committed by the other spouse, such as abandonment, cruel or inhumane treatment, or adultery. A no-fault divorce allows couples to agree to end the marriage without having to endure the sometimes bruising accusations involved when trying to prove fault. However, just because proving fault is no longer required, a divorce may still be contested. Even if both parties agree to the marriage dissolution, it is important to have our divorce lawyers on your side to protect your interests.

Family Law Experience You Can Rely On

At Macht, Brenizer & Gingold, P.C., our attorneys practice family law exclusively. Our partners, attorneys Jon W. Brenizer and Harlan B. Gingold, have more than 75 years of combined legal experience. Through our handling of cases before local judges throughout Central and Upstate New York, we have established a strong reputation for credibility that goes a long way with judges and opposing counsel.

We have extensive experience in cases involving complex asset division, contested child custody and visitation, claims for alimony/maintenance, disputes involving child support and other challenges. In every case, we provide compassionate representation and personalized attention with your best interests always in mind.

Call for a Consultation With a Syracuse Family Law Lawyer

Although no-fault divorce has made it somewhat easier to end a marriage, there are still a number of legal issues that must be addressed. Contact our divorce attorneys online or call 315-849-2319 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case. If you choose to retain us, we will credit your initial consultation fee to your account.

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Macht, Brenizer & Gingold, P.C.
State Tower Building, 109 South Warren Street, Suite 510 Syracuse, NY 13202
Phone: 315-849-2319 Toll Free: 888-752-2095 Fax: 315-422-6360
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