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Filing for an Uncontested Divorce | NY CourtHelp

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Filing for an Uncontested Divorce. The person who starts the case is the Plaintiff. The other spouse (husband or wife) is the Defendant. Divorce cases can be ...

Divorce Resources - Forms - New York State Unified Court System

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Sep 30, 2016 ... The New York State Unified Court System offers free instruction booklets and forms for people starting a divorce. Before you use the booklets ...

INTRODUCTION TO UNCONTESTED DIVORCE INSTRUCTIONS ...

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The documents and papers needed to obtain an uncontested divorce. ... To file for a divorce in New York you must satisfy one of the following residency ...

Filing for Divorce in New York | DivorceNet.com

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Here are the basic forms you'll need to file and steps you'll need to take to start the divorce process in New York.

Uncontested Divorce Forms - New York State Unified Court System

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Feb 5, 2016 ... Many of the forms in the packet apply only to cases where your spouse either (1) consents to a divorce; or (2) where your spouse does not ...

How to File for Divorce: 13 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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How to File for Divorce. Meet with a lawyer, and discuss the outcome regarding property, assets, children, and custody. Fill out the correct forms, have them ...

WomensLaw.org | New York: Divorce

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You may file for divorce in New York if you meet one of these ...

Top 10 Things NOT to Do When You Divorce | LegalZoom

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Here are the top 10 tips on what to avoid when filing for divorce. 1. Don't Get Pregnant. Having a baby during your divorce complicates a lot of things, and could ...

Where Do I File for Divorce? - Lawyers.com

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You need to file your divorce complaint or petition with the proper court, which is usually in the county where you live.

How do I file for divorce? - MassLegalHelp

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If either of these two things is true, then you can file for divorce in Massachusetts, even if your spouse lives in another state, or you do not know where he lives.