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The Divorce Blog highlights the raging debate over “No-Fault” divorce; is no-fault divorce good or bad idea?   As I discussed before, New York is the only state without a no-fault grounds for divorce and proposals for it  are again before the state legislature. Quoting a Newsday feature, the article voices the concern that no fault...

In a rare decision, a Nassau County judge challenged the state legislature to pass a bill adopting no-fault divorce.   Justice Robert Ross in Molinari v. Molinari stayed rendering judgment in the parties’ fault trial until the New York State legislature considers the issue of no fault divorce. The decision highlights the fact that New York...

In a fascinating article published in the New York Times, Tyler Cowen, a professor of economics at George Mason University and co-author of a blog, the Marginal Revolution, explores the benefits of what he terms, unilateral divorce.   His conclusion, unilateral or no-fault divorce leads to happier but perhaps, less committed marriages. In the United States, the...

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