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Uncontested Divorce Lawyer in Queens
Helping NY Clients Achieve Divorce Quickly & Affordably
There is no law firm in the area that offers the simple solutions for uncontested divorce that you will find at the Law Offices of Donald Mastrodomenico, P.C. About 50% of the divorce cases are rejected by the court, merely because an attorney or law firm failed to file the correct documents. You won't find this problem when you work with our firm. You will know exactly what you will be paying and that your divorce will be resolved as quickly as possible.
Other reasons why you should choose our firm:
- over 100 years of combined experience of legal experience
- We settle 400+ cases per year
- We charge flat fees for our services
- We speak Spanish and Arabic
- If you are an uncontested divorce client of our office, and our spouse hires us as an attorney we will only charge you $500 to try and resolve your case.
- Our firm gets all of your information by email or by phone; which allows for your divorce papers to be completely finished before you walk in the door or pay any fees.
You can move forward with the confidence that your divorce is under control even when a few issues are in contention and must be resolved. We have worked as matrimonial attorneys for over 100 years of combined experience and are very familiar with the process of filing an uncontested divorce.
Contact our qualified NYC uncontested divorce attorneys for legal guidance today!
What is Uncontested Divorce?
An uncontested divorce in New York refers to a type of dissolution of marriage where both spouses reach a mutual agreement on key aspects of the divorce without the need for court intervention or a trial. This amicable resolution typically revolves around vital issues such as property division, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support (alimony), and division of debts.
What Are the Benefits of Uncontested Divorce?
In an uncontested divorce, both parties cooperate to draft a comprehensive settlement agreement outlining their decisions on these matters. This agreement serves as the blueprint for the divorce judgment, which is then submitted to the court for approval. Uncontested divorces are generally more streamlined, cost-effective, and less time-consuming compared to contested divorces, which require court hearings and a judge's decisions.
While an uncontested divorce can be less contentious, it's important to note that seeking legal counsel is still advisable to ensure that your rights and interests are adequately protected. Consulting with a knowledgeable Queens uncontested divorce attorney can help you understand your rights, negotiate favorable terms, and draft a well-structured settlement agreement that adheres to state laws.
Ultimately, an uncontested divorce offers couples a relatively smoother and less stressful way to dissolve their marriage. It reflects a collaborative approach, emphasizing cooperation and communication, which can be particularly beneficial if both parties are willing to work together to achieve an efficient and respectful separation.
How Long Does an Uncontested Divorce Take in NY?
On average, an uncontested divorce in New York can take roughly 90 days to finalize. An uncontested divorce takes much less time than a contested divorce because the issues surrounding the case are usually agreed upon by both parties.
Factors that may increase the time an uncontested divorce takes to process could include:
- If one or both spouses suddenly show the inability to work together
- Hidden assets
As you can see, even uncontested divorces may have slight hurdles that require the legal expertise of our family law attorney. Call today to discuss your options and to gauge how long your divorce will take.
No-Fault Divorce in Queens
Our firm files more divorces in New York than any other firm and handled hundreds of cases. Our experience, knowledge and legal skills allow you to get your divorce finalized without problems. New York residents finally have the option to file a no-fault divorce and no longer have to be concerned about grounds for divorce other than that the marriage is irretrievably broken. Once you have made the decision to divorce, the last thing you need is to run into problems.
At our firm, once your divorce papers are prepared they will be taken directly to the court and filed by one of our family lawyers. Most law firms will send a secretary or assistant who has little knowledge of the laws of the county. We serve our clients directly and guide you through every detail of an uncontested divorce. We intend to make sure every detail is in order, and so that your uncontested divorce case stands as a chance to be far more likely to be approved by the court.
Call us today for more information about how long your divorce will take.