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Uncontested Divorce in Syosset, NY

Filing for divorce is always a difficult process, both emotionally and financially. Both parties want to retain their property and other assets, and in some cases, there is also a battle for custody of children. However, when both spouses decide to agree on all grounds of distributing property or custody of children, that is referred to as an uncontested divorce in Syosset, NY. There are many benefits to handling a divorce in this way, but no matter how your divorce proceeds, you can count on our highly experienced staff to make the process as easy as possible.

Pros and Cons

Your uncontested divorce lawyer will help ensure that everything proceeds according to your wishes. People that choose to go about their divorce in this manner are usually glad for its discretion and lower cost. An uncontested divorce is more private, more cooperative, and likely to keep more of your assets in each of your pockets.

On the other hand, in the case of abusive relationships, one spouse may come out more disadvantaged than the other. They will need an attorney to advocate on their behalf if the other spouse is being unreasonable.

If you are thinking about going this route, it is also important to know that it involves a lot of paperwork that both you and your spouse need to read and understand. If legal paperwork is something you might have trouble with, it is best to opt for a contested divorce.

Contact us today to learn more about our services and low-cost divorce in the New York area.

Service Areas

Nassau County

Suffolk County

Queens County

Long Island

Services

Our Legal Services:
  • UNCONTESTED DIVORCE
  • BANKRUPTCY
  • HOUSE CLOSING
  • CONTESTED DIVORCE
  • MEDIATION
  • PRE OR POST NUPTIAL AGREEMENTS
  • WILLS AND ESTATES
  • REAL ESTATE
  • BUSINESS REPRESENTATION
  • PERSONAL INJURY AND MALPRACTICE

 

 

*Please Note

All fees stated, represent the lowest minimum fee for the least complex type of case. Fees for more complex cases will be higher. All disbursements and taxes paid to the courts will be added to the above legal fees.