Grounds For Divorce
Are you considering splitting from your spouse and have questions about what qualifies as grounds for divorce in New York State? Watch this video by experienced Jamestown divorce lawyer Scott Humble to learn more.
Although New York State recently passed a no-fault divorce statute, so you don’t have to have anything more than not getting along for six months obtain a divorce in New York State, the grounds for divorce – and what most people are think of as an old-fashioned type of grounds – still apply. I don’t care if it’s cruel and inhumane treatment, adultery, abandonment, imprisonment. Those still apply, and if you feel strongly about pursuing a divorce on those grounds, you can do that. The caution that I would go and add to that, however, is it’s probably going to cost more – unless it’s a default divorce – because you have to prove those grounds.
Are you considering a divorce and have questions regarding grounds for divorce in New York? Contact experienced Jamestown divorce lawyer Scott F. Humble for a free confidential consultation. Let his 30+ years of experience work for you.
Out of Town Legal Resources
We sometimes receive calls from people looking for immigration law assistance. We don’t practice immigration law, but we are constantly looking for attorneys and online resources that can help people across the country. We found an immigration law firm in Morristown, NJ that did a great job with their online legal resources. If you or someone you know is looking for immigration law guidance check out their United States Immigration Law Guide.