What Is A No-Fault Divorce?
In 2010, New York stopped requiring fault grounds for a divorce. You can now cite “irretrievable breakdown” as the reason for a divorce, thereby assigning blame to neither of the parties involved.
At the law office of Warren Welch Esq., LLC, attorney and staff are familiar with this new legislation and can help you use this new option to dissolve your marriage. For more information and experienced family law counsel, contact today at 585-200-5437 to schedule your consultation.
Protecting Your Rights During Divorce Proceedings
Serving in Rochester and throughout New York, Warren Welch can help guide you through this process and use this new option, especially when couples have grown apart, or the marriage simply did not work out. He will carefully draft a divorce separation agreement that includes all the major issues including:
- Property division
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Spousal support
Understanding Grounds For Divorce
Warren Welch can also help you if you would like to pursue the traditional divorce option that includes asserting grounds. There are six grounds for divorce, which are as follows:
- Abandonment for one year
- Imprisonment for three years
- Cruel and inhuman treatment
- Living separate and apart pursuant to a valid decree of separation
- Living separate and apart pursuant to a valid separation agreement
Divorce can be a costly process, both emotionally and financially. Mr. Welch will identify all the necessary components of your divorce action and work with you to find a fee arrangement that meets your needs.
The law office of Warren Welch Esq., LLC can provide you the legal help you need during this time, so you dissolve your marriage and move on with your life. Contact the firm in Rochester, New York to schedule your consultation. Call 585-200-5437 or 866-488-7260. You may also send mail and a member of the professional staff will be in touch with you promptly.