My finace and I are planning on getting married on February 13,2015. I am seperated from my ex husband. He lives in Virginia and I live in New York can i get married to my finace if we are seperated.
While there is no option to get a divorce in 24 hours, there is a possibility of getting your divorce completed within about 30 days. This, of course, is provided that your spouse is willing to cooperate and sign the documents. If that's the case you're best option is an expedited uncontested divorce. Speak with an attorney for more information.See question
I got married in New York State in 1995 and we separated in 1998 although we didn't file a separation agreement. We have 2 children the youngest being almost 17 and no property. He currently lives out of state. What would be the easiest,fastest,l...
The simplest option would be to proceed with an uncontested divorce, assuming that you and your spouse are in agreement and willing to cooperate with the process. While you certainly can attempt to file a divorce on your own, strongly consider hiring an attorney. The process can be daunting if you have no legal training. Most attorneys will offer to prepare an uncontested divorce for a reasonable fee. Neither party will need to make any court appearances as long the divorce remains uncontested.See question
We are doing an uncontested divorce. He want the house but needs to qualify for a refi. In the meantime, I want marital property to stop accruing..more for ease of tax paperwork.
You can file for divorce prior to submitting your separation agreement. Be sure to reference the separation agreement in your findings of fact and judgment of divorce if you intend to incorporate it.See question
I need to get my divorce urgently finalized..if any lawyer from here can help me pls let me know I am ready to hire a lawyer..my divorce was filed in july with all kinds of papers and everything but it's not finalize yet and when I went to the cou...
Depending on the county in which you filed your divorce the courts are typically reluctant to grant a motion for a preference on the Matrimonial calendar. There are other quicker and more certain options available. I would require some additional information before advising.See question
In a Divorce case, does the date and notary in the plaintiff's papers have to be after the date and notary of the defendant in the AFFIDAVIT OF DEFENDANT, or it can be at any time after the index purchase. What can conflict?
Technically the Plaintiff's affidavit should be executed after the Defendant's but rarely will the court take issue with the timing of the affidavits.See question
filed in bronx
If this uncontested divorce was filed in Bronx County this is not unusual as they matrimonial part can take anywhere from 9-12 months to process a divorce. They are extremely backlogged.See question
My fiance filed in May, but the court misplaced some paperwork and sent it back 6 weeks later. He had to then resubmit with proof of the original paperwork (they admitted error) but we lost that time. We wanted a November wedding and with the May ...
Most counties do not accommodate such requests but you may certainly contact the matrimonial part in Nassau County and explain the situation - perhaps they can make an exception. You may need to file an application or motion documenting the circumstances. Alternatively, you may find it less stressful and quicker to file a new uncontested divorce in an alternate county (pursuant to CPLR 509) where cases are processed in under 2 months. Please contact a qualified attorney for more information.See question
I am looking to divorce my husband and believe that it will be uncontested. Are children are grown & I am 65 & my husband is 73. We have a lot of bills but everything will be split evenly. We just want to part ways. Will this be costly and can i...
An uncontested divorce is generally the quickest and most affordable option for a divorcing couple. While the cost can vary you can find services available for less than a thousand dollars.See question
I had a defetive papers back in dec.2013, but everything was taken cared and my case was resubmitted last 12/31 it has been a long wait, how long should I wait more? If the judge signs it, what will be the next?. & lastly, how long is the typical ...
Unfortunately New York County is experiencing significant delays due to recent budget cuts. This delay is not unusual for an uncontested divorce.See question
Im trying to get a non contested divorce with my wife who now resides in Ireland, I am in New York and we have a NY state marriage, There is no property or items to be split up or no kids involved. Im goin to Ireland next week and going to bri...
You have 2 options. The simplest would be for your wife (the defendant) to execute an affidavit accepting service. If she won't then you will need to have a third-party serve her personally as you may not act as a process server in this matter. The server will need to complete an affidavit of service and have it notarized. All signatures must be before a US notary public - you will need to visit the US Consulate/Embassy in Ireland in order to this.See question