There are two types of divorce
The contested divorce is the type in which the spouses cannot arrive at an agreement on one or more key issues in order to conclusively terminate their marriage. When spouses cannot arrive at an agreement, even with the assistance of their legal counsel (if any), they must approach a court to adjudicate their dispute. Contested divorces are commonplace now, especially since there are so many different issues to resolve during the course of terminating a marriage. The typical hot button issues requiring resolution during the course of a contested divorce include sensitive topics such as:
- child custody
- child support
- property division
- asset distribution
- debt allocation
- temporary spousal support
Uncontested divorces are often referred to as simple divorces. An uncontested divorce occurs when the couple agrees on all issues required to conclusively and effectively terminate their marriage, leaving nothing of consequence that is disputed or unresolved. This type of agreement is not equated with an amicable divorce, however. Instead, the agreement means that all disputed items raised between the couple were settled out of court and short of the requirement of judicial adjudication.
If you are looking to file an Uncontested Divorce in New York State, you have come to the right place.
In order to file for an uncontested divorce in New York State you must meet the residency requirements, have grounds, and an agreement with your spouse, or your spouse does not agree and fails to answer the complaint and is in default.
Typically most people seeking an uncontested divorce have negotiated a basic agreement with their spouse regarding Custody, Visitation, Child Support, Maintenance and the Division of Marital Assets and Marital Debts.
So long as you have a basic verbal agreement with your spouse you may proceed with the uncontested divorce on this website.
If you want an uncontested divorce and want to get started right away, look no further.
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