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Confirm you qualify to use New York Divorce Online then complete Two Easy Steps:
STEP 1: You answer questions online. The attorney drafts paperwork to initiate your divorce. You sign and notarize your documents online. The attorney files them with the court and obtains our Index Number. ($245 service fee*/$230 court fee)
STEP 2: The attorney drafts more documents. You and your spouse sign and notarize them online. The attorney files and finalizes your agreed divorce with the court. ($320 service fee*/$155 court fee).
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Step by Step Divorce Process in New York

The divorce process in New York can be complicated and everyone has questions. Most often questions arise about the law and actual procedures in New York. All New York divorces are filed with and finalized by the appropriate Circuit court.

Uncontested Divorce Process in the State of New York

Unless the married couple is able to reach an agreement with their spouse the court will issue a Final Judgement for Dissolution of Marriage that divide’s the couples’ property, debt, and issue orders for spousal support if warranted. Likewise, if there are minor children, the court will determine timesharing, and child support. By working out an agreement with your you can avoid the costs and lengthy divorce process of having the court make all the decisions. For couples who reach their own agreements, this is commonly known as an agreed divorce or uncontested divorce.

The following articles explain the relevant laws and processes in New York. The articles are arranged by category to allow you to review multiple articles on specific topics.

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