The forms you will need for an uncontested divorce can be found at the Office of Court Administration website at http://www.nycourts.gov/divorce/
Remember – uncontested means that you and your spouse have come to an agreement on EVERY issue. The fact that you have no children and no assets just means that there are less tricky issues to deal with. Nevertheless, divorces of any kind are not easy to handle and the help if an experienced attorney can make this difficult time much easier on you.
My firm handles uncontested divorces daily. Call or email me anytime for a free consultation – we can help you through this difficult time and ensure everything is handled properly and in the most expeditious way.
Just because you don't have children or assets doesn't necessarily mean it will be uncontested. There must be agreement between the parties on ALL issues. You can find information and forms here:
I am not your attorney and any posts/messages or responses to posts/messages can not establish an attorney-client relationship. www.PatchogueAttorney.com You should not rely upon free legal advice and I disclaim any liability for the results if you do.Ask a similar question
The Office of Court Administration web site has a form package. That said, it is still best to have a lawyer. An uncontested should not cost much. Better to be safe and make sure it gets done properly and quickly.
I am a former federal and State prosecutor and now handle criminal defense and personal injury/civil rights cases. Feel free to check out my web site and contact me at (212) 385-8015 or via email at Eric@RothsteinLawNY.com. The above answer is for informational purposes only and not meant as legal advice.Ask a similar question
The forms are available on the NY State Unified Court System website http://www.courts.state.ny.us
Even if your case is uncontested, you should still consider having an attorney represent you to complete the process, draft paperwork, make trips to court for filing, retrieving documents, etc. that an attorney will be more familiar with. Our office charges a flat fee of $750, which already includes all court filing fees and paperwork to complete the process for the uncontested divorce.
Feel free to call if you have any questions regarding the process or would like a free telephone consultation.
Leta Liou, Esq.
The Law Firm of Liou & Maisonet, PLLC
124 Nassau Street, Suite 2
New York, New York 10038
Matrimonial and Family Law Attorneys serving Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Orange and Rockland Counties.
Answers to questions by an attorney for The Law Firm of Liou & Maisonet, PLLC are for general purposes only and do not establish an attorney-client relationship.Ask a similar question
The court website has a definition of what constitutes an "Uncontested" divorce, and you can see from the other posts where to find it. (NYCourts). Our office spends an hour with the client describing what to do in communicating and cooperating with their spouse in order to file and successfully complete an Uncontested Divorce. If another attorney gets involved and the two sides continue to cooperate, the divorce can proceed to a default posture, which can be done on papers and not entail the parties appearing at a hearing.Ask a similar question
As previously stated, it is only "Uncontested" if you and your spouse agree on EVERYTHING. You may be able to complete the forms on your own, but this may be problematic. As I tell many of my clients, you can do your own dental work too, but its not advised. More information can be found at: http://www.nycourts.gov/divorce/pdfs/Divorce-Packet-Instructions.pdf.
My firm handles all types of divorce, including post judgment relief. These cases would be less if the initial papers were handled correctly. You should seek out a firm who handles unconstested divorces, which include the drafting of a settlement agreement which will adequately protect your rights.Ask a similar question
Sign up to receive a 10-part series of useful information and legal advice about the divorce process.