A motion to expedite is not expensive. But it may not be granted....
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You may be able to file a motion to expedite based upon your desire to remarry quickly, but in most instances, you will not jump to the front of the line unless there are truly emergent circumstances. The attorney who handled your divorce should be able to file this motion for you.
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Motion cost would be $45 but unlikely to be granted.
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You would need to file an order to show cause showing the wedding date's already set & the reception booked. If it's not, then the Court most likely won't expedite the case. For a full assessment, schedule a consultation with a Bronx Divorce attorney.
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