Right to Divorce
I have just read an article about a Woman in New York (state) filed for divorce from her husband. the court enied her the divorse because she failed to prove, adultery, serious mistreatment, or absence for a year or more. Basically they sent her back to live with her husband against her will.
The question is is this at all justified? Lets say he did not abuse her or cheat on her, what does that matter? She clearlly did not want to be with him, how can something like this be forced upon a person.
Just wondering if anyone thinks the court, or rather the new yourk state law is fair and just?
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