How Long Does an Uncontested Divorce Take in NY?

how-long-does-an-uncontested-divorce-take-in-nyHow long does an uncontested divorce take in NY” is a question we get asked all the time.

The answer, like most legal answers, is “it depends.”

If your case is truly uncontested, and you chose our law firm, then we can get you your uncontested divorce in as little as one month using our expedited service.  Our expedited service is unique to our firm and gets you your NY uncontested divorce fast!  We utilize a proprietary process to get you your divorce in a month or less!

Call now for your free consultation at (866) 830-2064 to learn how we can help you get your uncontested divorce quickly.

The better question is “How long does an uncontested divorce take in NY if I do it myself?”

If you handle your uncontested divorce yourself, utilizing the DIY divorce website, it will definitely take longer than if you use our expedited service.  It will definitely take more time because you’re not a lawyer — and even if you were, we don’t know of any other law firms that get uncontested divorces done as quickly as we do.  You also will file your case in a county that takes a year or more.  You may make mistakes that result in the Court rejecting your divorce and will certainly add to the overall amount of time it takes to get your uncontested divorce.

Another question is “How long does an uncontested divorce take in NY if I retain another law firm, and not yours?”

Again, the answer is “it depends.”  Again, I don’t know of any other NY divorce law firms that offer an expedited service for uncontested divorces.  We offer one of, if not the, fastest uncontested divorces in NY state when clients choose our expedited service.

Call (866) 830-2064 now to for a free consultation to learn how we can help you get a fast uncontested divorce.

2 replies
  1. Mwandisha Rivera Mitchell
    Mwandisha Rivera Mitchell says:

    I need a uncontested divorce asap do you guys do payment plans or straight up if it’s straight up how much is it please answer asap all I want to go back to my maiden name before divorce can you make this possible

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