No, problem. There are several other options available to us by law. We also have a service which can help locate your spouse if necessary.
Yes and no. It is quicker and best if your spouse submits an affidavit saying that he doesn't contest the divorce. We prepare the affidavit, which he simply must sign before a notary. However, if he doesn't answer within 30 days of service, we can proceed by default and he won't have to sign anything.
It is a divorce where you and your spouse agree to get divorced or will not spend money to fight the divorce.
Generally, no you do not. You would only have to appear if there is a question with your paperwork. However, we work to ensure that will not be necessary, unlike some of these other sites who are not actual lawyers.
Yes, New York does. If you fall into any one of the following categories you can get divorced in New York State:
New York has seven (7) grounds for divorce: