Uncontested Divorce Lawyer in New York City
Marriage can be one of the biggest blessings a person experiences and it can bring great joy to many. Of course, making a “lifelong promise” to another person is a major decision, and while we all hope for the best, we cannot predict the future. Sometimes a marriage needs to come to an end. For many people, divorce becomes their chosen path, because separation is not “final”. Not all divorces are contested. Many can end in a more amicable manner.
Uncontested divorce is one such option many individuals pursue to handle their divorce in New York. The uncontested divorce process is generally less stressful and less complicated with the assistance of an experienced uncontested divorce lawyer in NYC.
FAAN has many years of experience in divorce and family law.FAAN is committed to providing clients with the highest level of service. All legal aspects of your divorce will be handled personally. Call (718) 766-2567 now to schedule a consultation.
What Is An Uncontested Divorce in NY?
Uncontested divorce is one where you and your spouse can agree on all terms of a divorce. Both parties negotiate the terms of the divorce without undergoing any court proceedings. Your uncontested divorce attorney will handle all the details, prepare the needed New York State forms and represent you.
If you and your spouse have no property, assets or debts which have been accumulated during the marriage and there is no minor aged child or children born to the parties, then the divorce process is relatively simple. By preparing and processing a variety of documents, your lawyer can file the package with the court, pay the filing fees and then, in due course (approximately 6 months after the full filing), the attorney prepared Findings & Judgment is signed by the Judge, filed with the County Clerk and available for release to the parties.
If there are assets and minor aged child or children, the parties must cooperate and agree on key issues with one another and avoid conflict. The attorney selected and retained may only represent one party and may not be allowed to give advice or counsel to the other party. This constitutes an uncontested divorce.
In order to qualify for an uncontested divorce, both parties must be in agreement on all issues, including child custody and support, division of property and spousal support. Additionally your spouse must not contest the divorce once served.