The number of divorces statewide is up since the state's no-fault divorce law took effect in 2010*, but attorneys say the increase hasn't been the surge once expected -- perhaps because of the economy, the Biz Review's Adam Sichko reports. (* New York was one of the last state's to allow no-fault divorce.) [NYT] [Biz Review] Earlier: Broken engagement -- who gets the ring in New York State?
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