After decades of debate, New York state finally has a no-fault divorce option that allows spouses to terminate their marriages within six months of stating under oath their unions are “irretrievably” broken.

That change has been widely supported by attorneys and court officials. However, some are expressing concern about what one no-fault advocate called a “troublesome” companion to the no-fault divorce bill that Gov. David Paterson also signed Sunday.

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