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Uber and similar tracking records are being found more frequently in divorce matters—in some select locations—but New Yorkers may have a lot less to worry about when it comes to taking an Uber ride to visit a lover. That’s because New York has a no-fault divorce law, and judges “aren’t going to spend a lot of time on it” in courtrooms, Steven Mandel, a veteran New York divorce attorney, told Legaltech News.
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