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UNCONTESTED DIVORCE $600 (with no assets and no children)

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

A divorce is uncontested when both spouses reach an agreement with respect to all financial and divorce-related issues (e.g. spousal support, child custody, child support, visitation, value and distribution of marital assets and allocation of marital debt). Both spouses must agree to the divorce.


Clients often believe that their divorce will be uncontested, but later learn that it is contested because the other spouse does not consent to a resolution of all of the divorce-related issues. Whether you believe your divorce will be uncontested or contested, or if you are unsure, please feel free to contact the Law Offices of John H. O'Donnell. If you have questions about divorce, or if you want to schedule a free initial consultation, Mr. O'Donnell will be happy to assist you.


Many divorcing couples try to reduce the cost of divorce by preparing the New York State Uncontested Divorce forms themselves, They often find that the New York Divorce forms, and the procedure for obtaining a divorce in New York, is far too complicated. Mr. O'Donnell often receives calls from these individuals asking him to salvage their divorce.


Other couples are taken in by those enticing internet ads offering "uncontested divorce" and "no fault divorce" for incredibly low fees. These couples often find out that such advertised services are provided by non-attorneys who just give the parties uncontested divorce forms and instructions, and the parties must do most of the work themselves. After spending money, and a great deal of time, the parties often seek the services of an experienced attorney like John O'Donnell for their uncontested divorce.


John O'Donnell is indeed an experienced attorney. He has been practicing law since 1994 and is thoroughly familiar with all aspects of the divorce process including uncontested divorce, no fault divorce, contested divorce, child custody, child support, spousal maintenance (formerly known as alimony), equitable distribution, and other divorce-related issues. So If you have an uncontested divorce in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Rockland, Westchester, Nassau or Suffolk, his fee for preparing and filing your uncontested divorce papers is $600 (with no assets and no children) . This fee does NOT include the filing fees imposed by the New York courts.* So if you are contemplating divorce, there is no better way to save precious dollars and receive quality legal services at the same time.


The entire uncontested divorce process usually takes from 2 to 6 months depending upon the court's caseload. As soon as Mr. O'Donnell is retained, he begins the divorce process. After the required divorce papers have been completed, Mr. O'Donnell files them with the court. At that point it is simply a matter of waiting for a New York State Supreme Court judge or referee to sign the Judgment of Divorce. The parties never have to go to court. Clients are often amazed at how easy he makes the entire divorce process.


So whether your uncontested divorce will be in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Rockland, Westchester, Nassau or Suffolk, Mr. O'Donnell is here to help you.



*What Are the Court Filing Fees?

Divorce actions must be brought in New York State Supreme Court. The court requires payment of between $335 and $370 in fees, depending upon the county where the uncontested divorce action is filed. These court costs are NOT included in Mr. O'Donnell's fee.**


**If you have children under the age of 21 years, and you do not have any marital assets, the fee will be $800, not including court costs.


In the event that you have martial assets, i.e. assets that were acquired by either party (or both) during the marriage, please contact Mr. O'Donnell for a free initial consultation. At that consultation Mr. O'Donnell will go over the divorce process and he will provide you with an estimate of his total fee. In most cases, the total fee will not be significantly higher than the uncontested divorce fees specified above.



Contested Divorce

A divorce is contested when both spouses are unable to reach an agreement with respect to all divorce-related issues. Again, those divorce-related issues include child custody, child support, spousal support (formerly known as alimony) , responsibility for payment of counsel fees, equitable distribution of marital property and allocation of marital debt. If you believe that your divorce will be contested, or you are unsure, please feel free to contact the Law Offices of John H. O'Donnell. He will be happy to answer your questions, or schedule a free initial consultation.


So whether your contested divorce is in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Rockland, Westchester, Nassau or Suffolk, Mr. O'Donnell will be there for you.


For more information about divorce please feel free to visit our Divorce page.

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