There are two categories of grounds for divorce in Rochester, ever since a 2010 reform of matrimonial law by the New York legislature.
The first category is grounds based on fault, which include things like adultery and abandonment, while the second category, a ground called Irretrievable Breakdown, is not based on either party being at fault for the failure of the marriage.
When you’re ready to divorce in Rochester, it’s a good idea to sit down with a lawyer, explain your situation, and get a preview of what you can expect in the process.
Whether your divorce is amicable or hotly contested, an experienced Rochester divorce lawyer can make a big difference for you.
The attorneys at Friedman & Ranzenhofer offer free initial consultations.
Call us today at 716-542-5444 and talk to a Rochester divorce lawyer for free.