Lee Rosenberg, a partner at Saltzman Chetkof & Rosenberg, writes: Despite the clearly expressed legislative intent, there are several decisions which have found that legislative omission in the statutory enactment creates the need for a trial when one party objects to the proponent's sworn assertion that the marriage was irretrievably broken. Fortunately, some very well-reasoned lower court decisions have also been issued which will hopefully guide others along the right path.
Ongoing Divorce Issue: Why 'No Fault' Should Mean 'No Trial'
New York Law Journal
June 5, 2012
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