Nina Belle
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April 01, 2015
We saw this local restaurant that reopened under a new name with great reviews, I wanted to try it out. Tonight was the night. Instead of trying it with 4 or 6 of us, my husband and I decided to go alone and I'm glad we did. The prices of the meals were high, the portions small, the taste not nearly as good as it should be. I ordered the chicken francese with a side of pasta. They bring the bread basket and there are two mini pizzas, two "croissants that taste like pizza, and two plain pieces of bread that picked up the taste of pizza. (I do not care for pizza). Okay, whatever. Here comes my chicken and pasta. I try to cut my chicken with the dinner knife. I am getting more disgusted with every slicing motion as I shouldn't have to struggle, it should come apart easily. Instead I feel like I need to ask for a steak knife. I manage to get it into bite size pieces. The taste is mediocre at best. I turn to my bowl of pasta. The sauce is thick and plentiful and looks like it came out of a jar. I take a forkful and try it. It tastes like pizza sauce to me. If I wanted to eat at pizzeria I would have gone to one and saved more than half the money. The bill, with tip, came to $53. My husband, who eats anything, wasn't thrilled with his meal either. He just kept saying, "you think they could have given me more than one small potato" over and over. I could not wait for him to pay the bill so we could leave. All I could taste in my mouth, all the way home, was pizza. Even the Coke didn't taste like Coke! Needless to say we will not be returning there any time soon.
"No Fault" Divorce Laws Make NYC Divorces Cheap & Easy
by aronovlawyerqueens
 Divorce & Family Law Blog For NYC
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For many years, the only way to get a divorce in the state of New York is to have legal grounds for the divorce. These legal grounds included:

  • Cruel and inhuman treatment
  • Abandonment
  • Imprisonment:
  • Adultery:
  • Judgment of Separation
  • Separation Agreement

If you were able to prove that any of the above issues existed or occurred during the marriage you were able to break off the marriage. You needed either documents or witnesses to prove these conditions.

That was then, this is now:

In late 2010 New York State announced a new "No Fault" divorce law. One no longer had to prove grounds for the divorce. If the couple agreed on the custody, visitation, spousal support, and child support issues they can get divorce really quickly and for very little money.

Learn more and read this complete article now at: divorcelawyernys.com/ny-law-requires-grounds-for-a-divorce


 

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