For some couples, one spouse earned and managed the money, and the other may not have liquid resources to dip into when it’s time to hire a lawyer. That’s alright.
New York law is very clear that even destitute individuals have a right to terminate a marriage, and if your spouse was the breadwinner and has cut you off, we can ensure that you have temporary spousal support to get you through the divorce process.
Temporary support is granted when one spouse will endure a clear economic hardship during the divorce, and it is a routine piece of the court orders that are issued when someone files.
If you don’t have the money for a divorce, you can still leave your marriage, and we can help.
Call the attorneys at Friedman & Ranzenhofer today at 716-542-5444 and talk to an experienced Rochester divorce lawyer for free.