Grounds for Divorce in New York
Answers from a Divorce Lawyer in Westchester County
Currently, these are accepted grounds for divorce in New York State:
Cruel and inhuman treatment
Abandonment for one year or more
Imprisonment for more than three years
A separation judgment followed by both parties for at least one year
Contact a Westchester County divorce lawyer today if you are considering suing your spouse for divorce or if you have
been served divorce papers. Even if you and your spouse are in agreement
about getting a divorce, you must have grounds to file. This may be established
through the execution of a separation agreement, if you and your spouse
are separated for at least one year.
Our legal team of divorce attorneys has been representing clients in divorce
actions throughout Westchester County, New York for
more than 35 years. With Andrea Friedman's assistance, you have the opportunity to resolve
sensitive issues such as:
Even in a serious contested divorce action where you and your spouse cannot
come to an agreement about any of these issues, we understand how to assert
your rights and protect your interests in these matters in order to help
you reach the best outcome possible.
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By providing each and every client with the personalized attention and
service that their case needs, our divorce lawyers are able to create
legal strategies that address our clients’ particular issues and
help them reach the resolution they are hoping for. Whatever your grounds
for divorce may be, our staff wants to help.
Contact a Westchester County divorce lawyer today for assistance in establishing your grounds for divorce and for
legal representation through the life of your case.