I'm not sure where he lives now (but most likely in CA). I don't want to contact him.
As mentioned by the other attorneys, you will need to locate him (you may want to start with a skip-trace search). If you cannot, with due diligence, locate him then you will need to make an application for alternate service and request service by publication (or even Facebook if available). There are affordable options but this will require attorney assistance if you want to avoid the process dragging out for years.See question
Looking for an attorney who can do an uncontested divorce. We are only married a month and its been the worst month of my life. Need to know all fees and prices.
Firstly, I'm sorry for what you are going through. Regarding your inquiry, unless there have been acts of cruelty against you or adultery was committed it seems that you will need to wait until you have been married for more than 6 months before you can proceed with a divorce. There are affordable options available for an uncontested divorce but please speak with an attorney so you may be advised properly.See question
I can't afford a Lawyer and want an uncontested divorce where can i find info on this? is this hard to do?
Depending on the particulars of the situation it may be a difficult process to attempt a divorce on your own without the benefit of an attorney. There are some very affordable options and legal services available - feel free to contact any of the attorneys on AVVO for more information.See question
I saw few lawyers offering an "expedite" service for uncontested divorce in NY. They can have your uncontested divorce signed in about 30 days while it usually takes 6-7 months. Is that real or just a scam?
Expedited divorces are simply cases filed upstate NY in counties which allow filings under CPLR Sec. 509. Not all counties permit out of venue filings but many do. Be sure that you deal with a firm that has a track record of processing these types of expediting cases.See question
The only issues are child support and visitation which are being settled by the courts. Once those issues are settled I just need to file uncontested papers? Correct?
Once all family court issues have been resolved you may proceed with an uncontested divorce. You will need to be careful to address the family court orders throughout the paperwork so that the Court continues existing Orders. That said, I would not recommend attempting to prepare the divorce on your own - you will quickly find yourself overwhelmed and in unfamiliar territory. Seek the guidance of an attorney.See question
My husband and I are filing an uncontested divorce. It is very amicable. In the Separation and Property Settlement Agreement: ARTICLE III: DIVISION OF PROPERTY The parties agree that each is awarded the personal property in his or her possessi...
Most counties will not require a statement of net worth in an uncontested divorce. That said, there are some upstate NY counties that do require that a SNW be submitted nonetheless. Be sure to check with your particular county before filing.See question
We have both agreed to an agreement & want to file for divorce. We need to know where to go so that it will not cost that much money.
If you and your spouse agree on the relevant terms, you can have an attorney prepare your uncontested divorce as well as a marital settlement agreement for less than a thousand dollars. An uncontested divorce should generally not cost thousands of dollars.See question
I spoke to my wife we just want to know how much and how long these a take ( No KIds )
As long as you and your spouse are willing to cooperate with an uncontested divorce the fee should be relatively low.See question
My wife and I are getting divorced. Uncontested. Full agreement. No children. Curious to know about the approximate timeline. Thank you.
Approximately 6 months. No appearances required.See question
I filed for an uncontested divorce 4 months ago. I am getting remarried April 24th with a lot of money invested in the wedding. I would like to expedite this if there is a way. there are/is no kids/money/property involved so I anticipated a resolu...
You may need to make a motion for preference based on your circumstances but it will be at the courts discretion. There are other options available to you but you will need to discuss this with an attorney.See question