How Long Does an Uncontested Divorce Take in New York?

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Trying to do your divorce yourself, while certainly possible, will almost always take longer because dealing with the courts is never easy or obvious for non-professionals.

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31 replies
  1. Sarah
    Sarah says:

    Can we hire one lawyer for both of us?
    I guess if we agree on most of things we could just have one to draft all paperwork?

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    • David Centeno
      David Centeno says:

      As long as you are both in agreement, only one lawyer would be required. Although, as per the ethics rules we can only technically represent one of you. But again, as long as you’re both in agreement, we would be the only attorney required.

      Reply
  2. Adam
    Adam says:

    It is often surprising how these basic questions become so difficult to answer. Clearly, how long an uncontested divorce takes in the State of New York is something virtually anybody filing for divorce must ask. You did a good job breaking down the question into its constituent parts. I for one won’t ask you to take out your crystal ball.

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  3. Sarah
    Sarah says:

    Uncontested divorce is simple and inexpensive, and it offers you and your spouse the chance to end your marriage quietly.

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    • shawnie
      shawnie says:

      As for the person who post “I hate couples who speak of divorce ” when a person abandons their spouse and children…..why should the inocent spouse sit and mourn…..yeah “DIVORCE “

      Reply
  4. Ninochka
    Ninochka says:

    what about if the other person live in argentina? and i live in ny . but both agree in sign the papers. no kids. no doubts no nothing. just a marriege that we want to end.

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    • David Centeno
      David Centeno says:

      @Ninochka – Yes, we can still help you get a fast divorce even if your spouse lives in a foreign country. He will just need to sign the documents at the US Embassy or Consulate in Argentina. Please let me know if we can assist you with obtaining a fast divorce.

      Reply
  5. sam barbari
    sam barbari says:

    can one of the spouses go back on the uncontested divorce after the agreement is reached, signed by both and notarized, and the case is already filed in court?

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    • David Centeno
      David Centeno says:

      @sam – Yes, until the Judgment is signed by the Judge your spouse can certainly “go back on the uncontested divorce.”

      Reply
  6. Ketrin
    Ketrin says:

    my husband and me would like to get fast divorce. we live in Brooklyn (NY), we don’t have a children, property. we want a divorce by consent. i head that our divorce can take 4-6 month. because in Brooklyn so busy court. but we want to do that quickly. is it possible? thank you.

    Reply
    • David Centeno
      David Centeno says:

      Thank you for contacting us regarding a fast divorce. Please contact us for a free and confidential telephone consultation – (866) 830-2064.

      Reply
  7. George
    George says:

    me and my wife been separated for 40 years and have onesuviving daughter whos marry but I don’t know wheremywife is except in N,C. somewhere how long will it take for meto get a divoice

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  8. Andrew
    Andrew says:

    Were can get uncontested forms. If. It’s both Agree to sign form but one lived in ny and other lives in California still be able to get
    Over with ?

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  9. mmm
    mmm says:

    My divorce has been filed on 10/12/2016 and I still don’t know when I will get my divorce. Can you possibly speed up the process or is it too late to do that?

    Reply
  10. Ann
    Ann says:

    Hi I’ve file My devorce case with legal aide Lawywer since of July 28th 2016 judge look at it in brooklyn December 31 then Jan was defect my lawyer now correct paper work how long does it take for judge to sign off already dealt with family Court separate one kid involved that’s have been resolved I need to move on with my life can I let u handle my case since it’s been in court already so it can move faster

    Reply
  11. Ann
    Ann says:

    Another question of I remarried to another person an i have sole full custody of my daughter an i want to relocated it’s that an issued for me to relocated with my kids for my ex

    Reply
  12. Rich
    Rich says:

    Spouse lives in another country but is willing to sign uncontested divorce. Do we need to spend extra money on a process server or can she just sign at embassy?

    Reply
  13. Millie
    Millie says:

    My spouse and I have been married for 34 years but have not been intimate with each other for over 9 plus years and I’m tired of this life will I be able to get a divorce quickly. I don’t work and I’m not able to work due to health issues. Will I be able to get alimony.

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  14. Megan
    Megan says:

    I simply want a divorce as soon as possible !
    No children involved , no houses no debts no cars nothing – we have nothing to argue about or fight over . We both just want the divorce / easy and clean ! HELP !!!!

    Reply

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