New York Divorce Without The Hassle of Appearing in Court
Uncontested Divorce is a process where the parties agree on the terms of the divorce
and have no desire to appear in Court and fight over the details of the division of marital property and
the issues related to their children, simplifying the entire divorce process.
No-Fault Divorce is a divorce where the parties are in agreement that the grounds for the
divorce are due to the fact that the relationship of the parties has become irretrievably broken. The law requires that the parties have an agreement on the terms of the divorce before no-fault grounds may be used.
A divorce agreement is a document that resolves all of the issues of the marriage
including, division of marital property, maintenance, child custody, visitation, and child support.
A divorce agreement is included in every uncontested divorce that we process for obvious reasons.
In order to facilitate your divorce agreement with your spouse, the following are links to the
easy to use NYS Child Support Calculator and the NYS Maintenance Calculator. I have been told by clients and fellow attorneys alike
that these are the best calculators available on the internet today.
Why Should You Use This Service?
You or your spouse lives in the State of New York and you want to get an uncontested divorce and you meet the Eligibility Requirements.
You are looking for a reasonable no hassle way to get a divorce, and you want to get started now.
You want to pay a fair price for an uncontested divorce that is Done Right!
You do not want to use some rip-off online form service, or do the work yourself.
You don't want to fall victim to bait and switch schemes, that state a low price, and then you have to pay more for something as important as a divorce agreement.
You don't want to leave the comfort of your home to go meet with a divorce attorney because you and your
spouse have most things worked out.
You want to have the ability to consult with an attorney about the terms of the agreement if you need to.
You want to complete the divorce process by using email and the U.S mail so you do not miss time from work.
You want both you and your spouse to have a certified copy of your Judgement of Divorce at the end of the
What are the Uncontested Divorce Service Locations?
We serve the entire State of New York, and all the Counties of New York State. In fact often times people use our service because Erie County processes divorces faster than most of the other counties in New York State. So long as the parties agree on having Erie County as the venue, your divorce can processed faster than the county where you or your spouse resides. Some Counties have uncontested divorce processing times as long as six months, to a year.
How Does the Uncontested Divorce Service Work?
After paying for the service, you will be sent a link to a secure online questionnaire where you
can provide the data I need to draft the divorce agreement and other papers required by the Court. I will then draft
the initial papers and file them with the Court to start the process. Shortly thereafter I will send you a copy
of the proposed agreement that will be signed by you and your spouse. Once the divorce agreement is signed there
will be additional papers that just you will have to sign before the papers can be submitted to the court for
processing. Once the papers are processed through the court they will be recorded with the clerk and you and your
spouse will receive a certified copy of the Judgment of Divorce, and a date stamped copy of your agreement
indicating that it has been recorded with the clerk. At this point you will be divorced.
How Much Does it Cost for the New York Uncontested Divorce Service?
Divorces with one or more children under the age of 21, are $1500.00, plus the filing fees.
Divorces with no children, but the parties have joint assets and/or joint debts, are $1250.00, plus the filing
Divorces with no children, and there are no jointly held assets or debts, are $1000.00 plus the filing fees.
Filing Fees and Costs are usually $350.00
If one party, has agreed to transfer his or her interest in the marital residence to the other party, I can
draft the deed paperwork and record the deed for an additional $300.00, plus the filing fees (usually about $200.00).
If a QDRO needs to be prepared to transfer an interest in a retirement account, I may be able to help you
with this for an additional fee depending on the circumstances.
Forms of Payment Accepted
Cash, Personal Checks, Money Orders, Certified Bank Checks, Credit/Debit Cards, PayPal