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Uncontested Simple Divorce


Brooklyn Uncontested Divorce Lawyer

An uncontested (simple) divorce is when both parties involved in the marriage are able to resolve issues without court intervention. Although the parties may be experiencing an amicable divorce, it is still advisable to seek help from an attorney during this time. I provide experienced and practical legal representation to clients who are experiencing an uncontested divorce. I strive to help clients reach time-efficient resolutions—in many cases an uncontested divorce can be finalized within three months of filing.

Have you and your divorcing spouse been able to reach agreements on issues such as division of property, child custody and child support? Contact the Law Office of Virginia Geiss today to arrange a consultation. As an experienced Brooklyn attorney, I can help you find resolution to your uncontested divorce.

Is your divorce uncontested or contested?

A contested divorce occurs when the parties disagree on one, several or all of the issues. An uncontested divorce occurs when the parties reach non contested agreement on the issues. New York is not a no-fault state; grounds for divorce must be established. In order to complete a divorce, the divorce must be based on one of the following reasons:

  • Abandonment for more than one year
  • Adultery
  • Cruel and inhumane treatment
  • Imprisonment for three years after the marriage
  • Written separation agreement, after living separate and apart for one year
  • Conversion of a separation judgment

In addition to agreeing on grounds for divorce, both parties must agree on the terms for the following:

In some cases, issues may need to be negotiated. An attorney can also ensure your rights are protected. Contact my Brooklyn office today to arrange your consultation.