In most regards today, the grounds for divorce have little impact on the outcome of the proceedings, which is why all 50 states now allow for no-fault divorces.
One exception is when there are minor children whose custody may become contentious.
If you are unable to reach a satisfactory agreement with your spouse regarding custody and child support issues to achieve a no-fault divorce on Irretrievable Breakdown grounds, it may be worthwhile to consider grounds like abandonment.
In these cases, it’s especially important to contact experienced Queens Divorce lawyers to help guide your case.
Call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino for a free consultation at 718-523-1111.