Spouses seeking to be among the first to file for divorce under New York’s new no-fault statute flocked to law offices Tuesday.

David M. Siegal, a partner at the high-volume matrimonial firm of Assaf, Mackenzie & Siegal, said men were lined up Tuesday outside his Albany firm’s office before it opened to finalize their divorce petitions.

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