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New York City Uncontested Divorce Lawyer Ryan Besinque Explains Divorce Laws in New York

July 01, 2022
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New York City uncontested divorce lawyer Ryan Besinque releases a new article (https://www.besinquelaw.com/how-much-does-an-uncontested-divorce-cost-in-ny/) explaining how divorce laws in New York work. The lawyer mentions that divorce is never easy, but married couples sometimes have no other option. Under New York law, no-fault divorces are recognized.

According to the New York City uncontested divorce lawyer, “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 looking to end their marriage, the divorce process can still be complex.”

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The lawyer explains that if a divorce between a married couple is contested, it means that one spouse wanted to get a divorce while the other does not want it. This can complicate matters and require the assistance of a divorce attorney. An uncontested divorce takes place between spouses who agree that their marriage is no longer worth saving.

Attorney Ryan Besinque adds that when a couple goes through an uncontested divorce, it can take anywhere from four to 12 months. The length of time before a divorce is final can depend on a variety of factors. These factors can include typical concerns such as alimony, child support, and division of property.

In the article, the lawyer adds that it is possible to seek a fault or no-fault divorce in New York City. The cost of an uncontested divorce may be based on the divorce grounds. A no-fault, uncontested divorce, is the cheapest option and can make the process faster and easier. A spouse may challenge the grounds for a divorce even if they agree to the divorce itself.

“If no-fault divorce is not an option for you and your dispute cannot be resolved without a trial, your case may cost around $50K. Consider that the official costs for a day in court cost $120 and an hour with a lawyer around $350. The result is that you will have to pay more if your divorce drags on. You should also consider other expenses such as serving and filing your spouse, paying a financial advisor, and so forth,” says the divorce attorney.

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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