You can go to the court clerk in the county you reside and see if they have a handbook for pro se litigants or go to the new York state office of court administration website to see about processing the divorce on your own. Good luck
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Not only are the forms available online but so are very detailed instructions. This may be easiest.
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You may go to the Supreme Court, Matrimonial Part to obtain the uncontested divorce packet. If the paperwork becomes too tedious or confusing for you to handle on your own, do keep in mind that there are attorneys who can represent you and take care of the paperwork/filing for you at a relatively low cost--or who are willing to work out a payment plan for you.
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