Unwrapping the 2010 'No Fault' Package

, New York Law Journal

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Harriet Newman Cohen and Tim James of Cohen Rabin Stine Schumann write that although the headlines were all about "No Fault Divorce," the package of changes made by the legislature in 2010 also adopted a formula-based approach to determining the amount of pendente lite maintenance, established a "rebuttable presumption" in favor of awards of counsel fees to the less monied spouse and eased the way for modifications of child support.

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