Nobody ever enters into a marriage thinking that one day their relationship will be over, but the truth of the matter is that approximately half of all marriages in the U.S. now end in divorce. Not only does this bring about a major life change for both parties involved, but unless an agreement is made for an uncontested divorce in Buffalo, NY, dissolving your marriage will involve the stress of multiple court appearances and huge legal bills for a divorce attorney.
The good news is that you can get a cheap divorce if both you and your spouse agree to negotiate the terms without involving the courts.
You Don't Need A Lawyer To Get A Cheap Divorce
In New York State, there are two ways to obtain an order for an uncontested divorce:
1. You and your spouse can file an action; this can be done with or without the assistance of a divorce attorney.
2. The courts can grant one for cases in which one spouse files a Summons and Complaint and their husband or wife does not respond to the filing. Just like with a mutual divorce application, you are not legally required to use a lawyer.
Negotiating An Uncontested Divorce Through A Mediator
It's important to understand that seeking an alternative to the high costs, hassles, and stress of a lengthy contested divorce proceeding doesn't mean you have to walk away from the marital assets - it just means that you and your spouse have agreed to work out the details, either on your own, or with the help of a mediator. Here at Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo, LLC, our experienced team will work with amicably parting couples who wish to obtain want a cheap divorce. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you and your spouse reach a mutual agreement.
Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo does not provide legal advice but will guide both parties to a mutual and voluntary agreement on this matter.
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Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo LLC. Is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice or counsel. Each party has been encouraged to be fully advised by their respective counsel regarding the legal, financial, and practical effect of any agreement entered into.