Category Archives: Uncontested Divorce

Buying a House During a Divorce

When you decide to get a divorce, it’s likely that either you, your spouse, or both will need to look for a new place to live. Often, this means renting an apartment, but it could also mean buying a new home. However, because you’re still legally married, the process is just a little different. You […]

  • Posted on: Apr 29 2020
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How to Begin a Separation

If you’re ready to begin separating from your spouse, you need to take careful steps in the beginning to ensure that the process goes smoothly. Even if you’re not planning on getting divorced any time soon, a legal separation does still affect your finances and a number of other factors. By carefully planning out your […]

  • Posted on: Feb 25 2019
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My Spouse Is Avoiding Being Served – What Can I Do?

When you want a divorce, but your spouse does not or is intent on making the process as long and as difficult as possible just to spite you, they may do their best to dodge being served the divorce paperwork. They believe that if they’re never served, the divorce simply won’t happen. They may think […]

  • Posted on: Aug 31 2018
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Queens Divorce Law: Uncontested vs. Contested Divorce

When going through a divorce in the Queens or greater New York City area, there are two types of divorce available: contested divorce or uncontested divorce. While a number of factors, including separation prerequisites, legal costs, and time required to obtain a divorce, might affect which type of divorce is filed, it’s important for separating […]

  • Posted on: Mar 24 2015
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Don’t Go at it Alone in a Divorce Proceeding

Two different types of divorce are available for individuals: uncontested and contested. Contested divorces are those where the two parties are not able to reach an agreement about the divorce in general, the terms of the divorce or the custody of the children. In uncontested divorces, the parties are in agreement on everything and don’t […]

  • Posted on: Mar 13 2014
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