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Manhattan Uncontested Divorce Lawyer Ryan Besinque Explains the Differences Between Contested Divorce and Uncontested Divorce

May 20, 2022
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Manhattan uncontested divorce lawyer Ryan Besinque releases a new article (https://www.besinquelaw.com/how-much-does-an-uncontested-divorce-cost-in-ny/) explaining the main differences between a contested divorce and an uncontested divorce. The lawyer explains that it is not easy to get divorced. Although it can be stressful financially and emotionally, however, some couples decide that this is the only way to go.

"In Manhattan, New York City, and the state as a whole, there are laws that recognize fault and no-fault grounds for divorce. It's also possible to get a contested or uncontested divorce. Although all of these options exist for those who are looking to end their marriage, the divorce process can still be complex. As a result, it's always wise to consult with an uncontested divorce lawyer to get a better idea of what might happen and how much it might cost," says the Manhattan uncontested divorce lawyer.

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The lawyer explains that contested divorce usually happens when one spouse wants it, and the other doesn't. This can complicate divorce proceedings, including child custody, support, and asset distribution. An attorney who specializes in family law or divorce matters is required for a contested divorce.

Attorney Ryan Besinque mentions that spouses can agree to end their marriages in an uncontested divorce. Both spouses can usually reach an agreement on the most important issues surrounding divorces such as child custody, support, and asset distribution. They don't usually need the court to make the final decisions.

In the article, Attorney Besinque says that an uncontested New York divorce may take between 4 and 12 months. It is possible to determine the exact length of divorce proceedings before it is completed. These factors may include child support, alimony, or property division

According to the divorce attorney, "On average, divorce in New York can cost around $17,000. However, an uncontested divorce can be as cheap as $5,500. That's in vast contrast to a contested divorce, which can be as high as $50,000 on average. There are fees to consider in addition to those you pay to your attorney. You have to take into account the court fees and other costs related to filing the divorce papers."

Lastly, attorney Besinque says that if someone is considering divorce in New York, it is important to seek the help of an experienced divorce lawyer. Having a skilled lawyer may be able to help potential clients understand their rights and responsibilities in a divorce case.

About The Law Office of Ryan Besinque

Ryan Besinque, Esq. is an experienced New York City contested divorce attorney. He has witnessed firsthand the financial and emotional toll divorce and separation can take on families during his years of practice. He tailors his approach to ensure that each client is fully represented and feels optimistic about the future. Contact them today at (929) 251-4477 to schedule an appointment.



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