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Alimony During An Uncontested Divorce In New York

In the event that you are thinking about filing for an uncontested divorce or already filed for a divorce, you might be wondering if you are entitled to alimony. "Alimony” means payments for the support and maintenance of a spouse, either by lump sum or on a continuing basis. Alimony is paid by the “supporting spouse” to the “dependent spouse”. In order to obtain alimony, there are certain guidelines that must apply. However, alimony can be waived by both parties when filing for an uncontested divorce.

General Questions:

What is “Temporary Maintenance” ?

Support ordered to be paid for an ex-spouse, or while a divorce case is pending in court. It will be up to the courts to determine if alimony will be granted.

How can I protect myself from my spouse seeking alimony in the future?

When filing for an uncontested divorce a written Settlement Agreement or Stipulation of Settlement can be drawn up. Indicating the terms and conditions of the divorce, including that alimony will be waived by both parties.

Child Custody, Child Support And Visitation During A Divorce

Making choices about child custody, child support and parenting time is a very hard decision to make. Even when going through such an emotional event, parents must work together and come up with a plan for custody arrangements, visitation and child support. Talk to each other and ultimately see what factors will best suit your child’s needs; such as each parent’s pre-existing relationship with the child, parent’s work schedule, and your child’s medical needs.

If the divorcing couple cannot come up with an arrangement for the child, you can open a case with family court in New York and the Judge can order an arrangement that will work for the child. This will include custody, joint legal custody, child support and visitations. Keep in mind the Judge will make a decision based on what is reasonable for your family.

When considering your child custody options, it is important to recognize that in New York, child custody arrangements generally consist of two parts:

1. Where your child will reside/spend time

2. Decision making as to how your child will be raised and cared for.

New York Child Custody Options

Joint Legal Custody—When filing for joint legal custody this simply means that both parents are responsible for making joint decisions for their children on major issues such as health, education, and general welfare. It doesn't matter which parent the child lives with; both parents must agree on the decisions together for the child’s best interest.

Sole Legal and Physical Custody— The meaning for sole legal custody is that the parent who has the child will have the right to make decisions concerning the child's upbringing, such as education, medical care and religion without the need to consult with or notify the noncustodial parent. Sole physical custody also known as residential custody means the child lives with one parent and visits the other. When a parent is granted sole custody, it means she or he has both legal and physical custody of the child.

Child Support

Child support is a way for the noncustodial parent to care for their child. Child support is to cover housing, food, and clothing but as all parents know, the costs of raising a child involve more than just these basic needs. The non-custodial parent contributes to these expenses by making a cash payment to the custodial parent. With the cash support the child will be able to have a healthy life.

General Questions

What is the maximum age to pay Child Support?

In New York State any child under the age of 21 are eligible for child support.

How much child support will I need to pay? How much can I receive?

When filing for an uncontested divorce and cannot agree on the amount of child support you are obligated to pay or that you will receive in child support is calculated using the New York Child Support Guidelines. The Court uses a formula to determine the amount of child support you should pay. It is best if you use this amount for your child support Below is a calculator to help you figure out the approximate amount of Child Support.

  • 1 Child = 17%
  • 2 Children = 25%
  • 3 Children = 29%
  • 4 Children = 31%
  • 5 or more = 35%

What if we have a Court Order awarding child support?

If a Court Order already exist, we will include it with your divorce documents and incorporate the terms indicated on the order.

What if my child is under 21 and no longer lives at home, is child support necessary?

When a child is on there own and no longer financially depending on the parents or if they are emancipated, child support is no longer required even if they are under 21.

When is child support paid?

Payments can be made every week, bi weekly (every two weeks) or monthly. Child support can be paid directly to the parent who has custody of the child or it can also be garnished from the non-custodial parent wages through the Child Support Services of the Support Collection Unit.

What if I am unemployed, would I still have to pay child support?

In New York State the minimum support will be reduced to $25.00 per month or you can choose not to include a specific amount of child support.

Emancipation Of A Child In New York

Emancipation of a child is a process by which the parents are giving up control over a minor child so that the child has control over his own legal decisions and support before he is an adult. A minor can petition the court to be emancipated if they are married or living apart from his or her parents’ home. The minor child under the age of 18 is legally declared an adult by a judge.

Emancipation Ends Child Support Obligations

In New York when a minor child is emancipated child support payments are not automatically terminated after a child is emancipated. The parent who is paying child support will have to request for payments to be terminated after the child becomes an adult or when the minor child is emancipated.

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Filing An Uncontested Divorce In New York If You Are In The Military

HOW TO FILE FOR AN UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN NEW YORK IF YOU ARE IN THE MILITARY?

If you are in the Military or the spouse of a servicemember, you may have questions or concerns about filing an uncontested divorce. For the most part the divorce process is the same as civilians in New York with some exceptions. If you are the party that is filing for the divorce and your spouse is in the military, he or she MUST sign the divorce papers.
In the State of New York, military personnel can file for a divorce in one of three places:

• The state that the serviceperson is currently stationed
• The state that the spouse currently resides
• The state that the serviceperson claims residence

SPOUSAL AND CHILD SUPPORT WITH A MILITARY DIVORCE

When you are in the military and you or your spouse cannot agree on child or spousal support during a divorce, it can be more complex. You can speak to an attorney to get legal advice but keep in mind without coming to a happy medium it could become expensive. You can also open a separate case with family court and let the judge decide on the appropriate amount that will be paid.

To accurately calculate income available for support, you can speak to an attorney and get legal advice. Over the last several decades, the Divorce Center has helped more than 400,000 families throughout New York.

CHILD CUSTODY FOR MILITARY PARENTS DURING A DIVORCE

If you are seeking an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse should agree upon the issue of child custody. Child custody doesn't just deal with whose house the child will live with; custody issues can deal with things such as who has authority to make decisions regarding the child and some issues may also involve relocation.

If one spouse wishes to move, it may not fall within the legal boundaries of a custody agreement. Even in the event of a legal separation, custody must still be decided upon. If you need help understanding the best course of action regarding child custody in your particular situation, you can speak to an attorney to get legal advice.

Peace of Mind for You and Your Children

A Divorce is a very stressful thing to deal with especially when you have children and you want to make sure your relationships with your kids will be protected. If you are a servicemember or married to someone in the military service, rest assure when filing an uncontested divorce, we are here to help every step of the way.
The Divorce Center would also like to take a moment and thank all the military personal for your service!

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Filing For A Contested Divorce In New York

OVERVIEW OF A CONTESTED DIVORCE IN NEW YORK

“Contest” means to oppose or to challenge. In terms of your New York divorce, it means that you and your spouse oppose or challenge each other’s views on any or all of the following: the child custody arrangement; necessity for, amount, or duration of alimony; equitable distribution of assets, or request for child support. When a contested divorce cannot be resolved through negotiation; a form of alternative dispute resolution such as mediation, arbitration, or collaborate divorce; or during one of the State’s mandatory mediation or settlement conferences, it proceeds to trial.

Divorce trial proceedings occur in the Family Division of the Superior Court in the county in which you filed your initial divorce complaint. Like other trials, it provides both parties (and their divorce attorneys) with the opportunity to argue their positions and present evidence to support these arguments. The evidence presented may include interrogatories, documents, deposition transcripts, and expert reports, all of which are gathered during the discovery period of the divorce process. At the conclusion of the trial, which may take place over several hearings, the judge will issue his or her decision regarding all issues, which will then be included in the Final Judgement of Divorce.

If you need to file for a contested divorce, you can speak to an attorney to get legal advice about your situation. Keep in mind attorney’s fees can be expensive and not suitable for most people who cannot afford these high prices. Not only are they expensive but the process can take a long time.

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Filing For A Divorce By Mediation In New York

In New York, couples who disagree over financial matters or child custody issues can attempt to reach an agreement through mediation before having their disputes settled by a judge. Not coming to an agreement can cause a financial burden which the mediator will add additional fees for their service. It’s always best to be amicable while going through a divorce; not only for your family but a wise choice financially for you.

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Filing For A Divorce In New York If Spouse Lives Out Of State

If you got married in the state of New York, one of the parties must have continuously reside in the state at least one year before the date that you start your divorce. If you got married in another state or country, one of the parties must continuously reside in the state at least two years or more. When your spouse lives elsewhere, you can file for a divorce in New York, even if your spouse is:

  • Residing outside of New York in the continental United States,
  • Living abroad (internationally), or
  • Serving in the United States military, either out of State or abroad.

Oftentimes when couples choose to proceed with their divorce in the State of New York, you and your spouse’s presence are not required at the court. We will file your final documents at the court for you with no additional cost. For couples who do not wish to wait, a New York divorce can continue to full conclusion regarding such issues as:

  • Child custody and visitation
  • Child support
  • Alimony / spousal support
  • Property division
  • And more

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Filing For A Legal Separation In New York

Couples in New York who wish to separate but are not prepared to divorce can file for a legal separation. Most of the issues that can be settled in a divorce are settled in a legal separation. A Separation Agreement stipulates the terms between both parties regarding child custody and visitation, support, and distribution of assets. The agreement is filed with the county clerk in New York where either spouse lives. At the end of one year from the date of the agreement, either spouse may petition for a no-fault divorce.

Unlike a divorce, the parties are still legally married, and they are not legally able to remarry.

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Filing For An Uncontested Divorce In New York

OVERVIEW OF AN UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN NEW YORK

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

There are two basic forms of divorce; contested and uncontested. Contested divorces are much more volatile and time-consuming. They happen when your spouse spends thousands of dollars to hire a lawyer to fight with you when filing for divorce in New York.
A quick uncontested divorce in NY means your spouse will not hire an attorney to contest the divorce once notified, significantly reducing the cost of uncontested divorce in NY. You decide terms of the Divorce. (ex. Custody, Child Support, Alimony, Property, Etc.)
An uncontested divorce in NY is an easier alternative to contested divorce, but that doesn't mean it's not complicated. That's one of the reasons why separating couples looking for how to get a divorce in NY are encouraged to hire legal professionals. You need to sort through a large amount of paperwork and make sure there are no errors. Our professionals have worked with the same forms used for filing for divorce in NYC thousands of times and are very familiar with the process. Here’s a brief look at all the NYS divorce forms:
• Summons with Notice (Form UD-1 or UD-1a)
• Notice of Automatic Orders
• Notice Concerning Continuation of Health Care Coverage
• Affidavit of Service (Form UD-3)
• Verified Complaint (Form UD-2)
• Affirmation of Regularity (Form UD-5)
• Sworn Statement of Removal of Barriers to Remarriage (Form UD-4) and Affidavit of Service (Form UD-4a)
• Affidavit of Defendant (Form UD-7)
• Affidavit of Plaintiff (Form UD-6)
• Request for Judicial Intervention (“RJI”) (Form UD-13)
• Support Collection Unit Information Sheet (Form UD-8a)
• Qualified Medical Child Support Order (“QMCSO”) (Form UD-8b)
• Child Support Worksheet (Form UD-8)
• Findings of Fact/Conclusions of Law (Form UD-10)
• Judgment of Divorce (Form UD-11)
• Note of Issue (Form UD-9)
• UCS-111 (USC Divorce and Child Support Summary Form)
• Part 130 Certification (Form UD-12)
• Notice of Entry (Form UD-14)
• Certificate of Dissolution of Marriage
This is just a list of forms you might need in while filing for an uncontested divorce NY trusts for quick divorces. The number of forms needed for filing for divorce in NY depends on the nature of your circumstances. For example, if there’s no child involved, there’s no need to fill out forms specifically created for child support or custody arrangements.

HOW CAN I GET STARTED WITH AN UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN NEW YORK?

In the event that you and your spouse have agreed to get a quick divorce in New York and need information on where to go, The Divorce Center has been in business for 40 years, and we are members of the Better Business Bureau.

OUR FEE FOR UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN NY

The cost of uncontested divorce in NY is $399.00 or $499 with children or property. The court fee is paid later, directly to the court in 2 payments, which total $335.00. If you receive SSI or Public Assistance, you do not need to pay the Court fee.
Normally, you pay our fee when you come into our office to start your divorce in NY, and then you pay $335.00 in payments to the court later on. For other payment arrangements when filing for divorce in NYC call us or use our Contact Us page.
Your spouse's signature is not needed to get a divorce in NY, but you do need to know where they are, so they can be notified that you are filing for divorce.
There is usually no court appearance necessary for an uncontested divorce. NY couples file an uncontested divorce to quickly and easily dissolve their marriage. At The Divorce Center, we file all the divorce papers with the court and monitor your progress throughout the process of filing for divorce in NY.
To complete your uncontested divorce, NY State advises you should resolve any issues you may have, for example, child support, debts, property, etc. In all actuality, most divorces are “uncontested.” That just means that couples who can't achieve an understanding may pay lawyers to battle or put together an arrangement when filing for divorce in NYC, but after all of the issues are settled they continue with an uncontested divorce.
You will also need to agree at some point in the process of filing for divorce in NY if alimony will be included. Will one of you pay the other? If alimony is to be included, what amount and for to what extent? If one of the parties did not continue with their career to bring up a child/children or deal with the home, it may be reasonable for that person to receive spousal support. Then again, if both of you worked all through your marriage and can take care of yourselves, alimony probably won't be essential.
If you have a minor child, you have to choose where they will live and who will watch over them. Will you share custody, or will one of you be the essential custodial parent? What will you do for your child during special occasions? You don't have to come up with a date-book of how you will go through every day later on, yet the more explicit you can be in choosing these issues in advance, the more your child will have a peace of mind that comes with knowing what to expect.
You will likewise need to determine child support, thinking about the child(ren)’s needs, each parent's income, gaining limit, and costs. Ensure you consider how you will deal with your child costs, from daycare to diapers and insurance. You might also want to agree on what will happen in the future, such as what you will each contribute for the child school and extracurricular. Keep in mind that child support can be sought after the divorce is finalized.
You may be starting to realize why a divorce can be so costly. Clearly, the more cooperative both parties are, the more affordable this experience is for everybody. We at The Divorce Center will help you with every step-in order to get your divorce final.

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How To File An LGBT Uncontested Divorce In New York

Couples who want to end their marriage and are in a civil union or domestic partnership follow the same process as any opposite-sex divorcing couples, which will include filing a complaint for dissolution child support, custody, alimony, and agreements.

Many same-sex couples filing for a divorce can come up with a solution and pursue an uncontested divorce. For most couples an uncontested divorce is a better choice financially, instead of spending thousands of dollars to an attorney. Others in their same-sex divorce may wish to pursue mediation to address one or more issues. Still others may have more serious disagreements and will find themselves in a contested divorce which can be costly and time consuming.

It’s always recommended to be amicable during a divorce, but we also understand in some cases this may not be an option, which is why we can process an uncontested divorce with or without your spouses’ signature.

We at The Divorce Center are dedicated to supporting the LGBT community (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, and Transgender) individuals and couples, our experience team will help guide you during this difficult time and rest assure we will provide you with a peace of mind.

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Locating Your Spouse For A Divorce

WHAT IF YOU WANT A DIVORCE BUT DON’T KNOW WHERE YOUR SPOUSE IS?

At the beginning of every divorce case, the spouse who files for divorce (the “plaintiff") must serve a copy of the divorce documents to the defendant. In most cases, this isn’t a problem but sometimes the couple has separated, and the plaintiff can’t locate the defendant. It's usually in your best interest to find your spouse on your own, as it can be cheaper and faster to do so. Check out our listing of companies that have helped many of our clients to locate their spouse. If you cannot locate your spouse using our listing, you may need to contact an attorney.

Serving Your Spouse For A Divorce In New York

WHAT DOES SERVING MY SPOUSE MEAN?

In New York when filing for a divorce, you must give formal notice to your spouse who is called the defendant, that you have started the legal process. By having the defendant served, you are required to give your spouse the paperwork that you have filed with the court. This is called “service of process."

"Service of process" means that the other side must get copies of any paper you file with the court. In “service of process” a third person (NOT you) is the one who actually delivers the paperwork to the defendant. The person who does this is called the “server” or “process server.”

Until the defendant has been "served," the judge cannot make any permanent orders or judgments.

HOW CAN I HAVE MY SPOUSE SERVED WITH DIVORCE PAPERS IN NEW YORK?

When a divorce case is pending your spouse must be served with the divorce papers. They can be served by a private process server, sheriff or anyone over the age of 18 that resides in New York.

HOW LONG DOES MY SPOUSE HAVE TO RESPOND TO THE DIVORCE PAPERS?

In New York State the spouse who filed for a divorce (the “plaintiff”) must serve a copy of the documents to their spouse (the “defendant”) and wait 41 days. If the defendant fails to answer within that time, the plaintiff then can move forward with their case to have the divorce granted.

I NEED A PROCESS SERVER OR SHERIFF TO SERVE DIVORCE PAPERS IN NEW YORK, OUT OF STATE OR INTERNATIONAL?

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What Are The Grounds For A Divorce In New York?

WHAT ARE THE GROUNDS FOR A DIVORCE IN NEW YORK?

There are several grounds for divorce in the State of New York and the most popular ground utilized today is No Fault, which means that neither spouse is at-fault for the failure of the marriage and it has been “irretrievably broken" for at least six months. (No separation time necessary).

NO FAULT IS SIMPLEST AND MOST COMMOM ground for divorce this is the least offensive reason to file under.

Other grounds for divorce are:

Abandonment - Your spouse abandoned you at least ONE YEAR or more ago, and you have not lived together since. (You must fill in the complete date and address of the abandonment below)
Lock-out - Your spouse forced you out of the house at least ONE YEAR or more ago, and has refused to let you back in. (You must fill in the complete date and address of the abandonment below)

Sexual Abandonment Your spouse refused to have sexual relations with you for ONE YEAR or more.

Mental or Physical Cruelty - Describe at least 3 acts committed by your spouse (within the last 5 years) which made it unsafe or improper to continue to live together. If you do not give sufficient examples, the Court Clerk may call you in for a hearing. Typical reasons are that your spouse struck you, threw an object at you or threatened you. You must supply the date and address where each incident occurred. Also, describe how the incident made you feel.

Living apart according to a WRITTEN separation agreement - You must have in your possession, a written separation agreement that was signed and notarized more than ONE YEAR ago. (NOTE: If your separation agreement has not yet been filed with any Court - you will have to file it in the County that either you or your spouse lives in and you must file your divorce papers in that County.

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How Much is the Cost of Uncontested Divorce in NY?

HOW MUCH IS THE COST OF UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN NY?

One of the first questions asked when a married couple is headed for divorce is how much is a divorce in NY. At The Divorce Center, a standard uncontested divorce is $399. To answer the question of how much it is to get a divorce in NY, if you have children or there is property involved - it is $499. The court assesses divorce fees in NY totaling $300, or $325 for those with children.
If your spouse does not sign the documents, The Divorce Center will arrange for the local Sheriff's office to hand them to your spouse personally. They do not even have to sign the divorce papers. Local Sheriffs may charge a nominal fee for their services, typically between $25 and $50, though rates vary widely depending on the region and county.
The Divorce Center accepts all major credit cards for payment.

WHY CHOOSE THE DIVORCE CENTER?

The legal professionals The Divorce Center has been processing paperwork for couples filing for divorce in NY for 42 years. We have a total of seven offices in New York and New Jersey. The Divorce Center has processed over 400,000 divorces in the last four decades, and we have worked hard to earn an A+ rating as a member of the Better Business Bureau.

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