How Long Does a No Fault Divorce Take in NY?

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8 replies
  1. Robert
    Robert says:

    I am curious to know if I have no idea were my soon to be ex wife is will a court grant me a no-fault divorce. We have not been leaving together since 01′ and I have not hear or spoken to her in that same amount of time. We have no children, no assests.

    • Attorney David Centeno
      Attorney David Centeno says:

      If you don’t know where your spouse is you have three options:

      (1) You can attempt to locate her on your own

      (2) You can have us try to locate her for you

      (3) You can do what’s called a publication divorce, which is quite expensive and time consuming. This is when you publish a notice in the newspaper for a certain period of time to put your spouse on notice of the divorce proceedings against her.

      If you want to discuss any of this, please feel free to give us a call at (866) 830-2064. Thanks.

  2. juanito
    juanito says:

    What if you have no way in getting in touch with her? Is this a mandatory requirement by law to get in tuoch with your soon ex-wife/ husband before a no fault divorce praceedings can be initiated? Please clarify. Thanks. Juanito

    • Attorney David Centeno
      Attorney David Centeno says:

      Juanito, please see my answer above. To clarify, yes, you either need to serve her divorce papers, have her admit service of the papers or do a publication divorce. Please contact us at (866) 830-2064 to schedule a free no-obligation consultation. Thanks!

  3. Kathleen Castellano
    Kathleen Castellano says:

    Is it true that one has to wait one full year in NYS to file for a divorce? If this isn’t so, and there are no assets, children … etc …. only married four years … how long before one may file?

    Thank You,

    Kathleen Castellano

    • Attorney David Centeno
      Attorney David Centeno says:

      Kathleen, that is a good question as there is a lot of misinformation out there about filing for a New York divorce. The short answer is no, you do not need to wait a year in order to file for divorce in New York. There is a new no-fault law which permits you to file right away. If you’re interested in filing for a divorce we can certainly help you do it quickly, conveniently and affordably. Please give is a call to discuss the process in detail (866) 830-2064.

  4. Peter
    Peter says:

    Hello, This sounds good. But my question is what about a Guy who has only one child from his wife. He pays all the Bills. and she doesn’t work any more. In the past 3 years, She became a full time house wife. But they fight like Lions and Bears.
    So what happens to him if he wants to Divorce ? what happens to The House? The 2 Cars? The Child? Custody ? what will the Alimony be?

    You guys make the divorce sound Simple in only a regular scenario.

    • David Centeno
      David Centeno says:

      We can help you get a fast divorce even in complicated situations. Obviously if you’re in agreement the divorce is faster. If it’s contested then it will take longer.


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