Start by having a consultation with a divorce attorney. You meet the residency requirements for a divorce in NY so you can file here. You can also get a divorce packet from the supreme court in your county that will give you instructions on what to do. You will have to have your husband served with the papers.
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You can can find a lot of information on the Courts' website:
Check the links out. Your local Supreme Court may also have a Pro Se office or help desk. You can also inquire with your local Bar Association about a low fee or pro bono divorce panel. Good luck.
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File for an uncontested divorce in NYS. Consult with an experienced lawyer to assist you or speak to the pro se clerk in the court.
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Contact an attorney to assist you. If you meet the residency requirements, you can file for divorce in NY. Filing for divorce is the easy part, since you can file under irretrievable breakdown. There is no defense to those grounds.
I agree with the other lawyers. You should also ask the matrimonial or court clerk help desk about how to file for a poor person waiver of court fees because the court fees can be expensive.
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