Women Who Wasted Years Fighting Her Divorce Sorry New Yorkers Won't Have That Option
Beverly Willett spent five years and thousands of dollars contesting her divorce in court and lost. Now that New York has become the 50th state to adopt no-fault divorce, she's "heartsick" that others won't have the same opportunity to impoverish themselves and tie up the courts in a grim struggle for control. Willett's essay in the Daily Beast is the most compelling argument for no-fault divorce I've ever read.
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