How to Prepare for Divorce in New York
Understand what to expect when facing a divorce in New York. Contact our Divorce Attorneys in Manhattan & Brooklyn.
What You Need to Think About When Considering a Divorce in New York
Deciding to get a divorce is never an easy decision. It’s important to understand what the divorce process looks like when making such a huge decision. The first thing and perhaps the hardest to come to terms with is that divorce has no set timeline. How long your divorce will take depends on how complicated your separation is and if there are children or a large amount of assets involved. If you’re struggling to get your divorce started or resolved, call Brian D. Perskin and Associates in Brooklyn or Manhattan.
Here are a few considerations you’ll want to make when determining if a divorce is right for you:
If you have kids:
These are just a few things to think about when considering a divorce. Whether you are simply contemplating divorce or are ready to go through with it, our experienced New York divorce attorneys can help answer any questions you may have.
Understanding the Divorce Process in New York
It is important to know the steps you face as you approach a New York divorce. The best way to learn is to contact Brian D. Perskin & Associates P.C. to find out exactly how your divorce strategy will work.
However, there are some general steps that most divorcing couples in New York go through:
Together, our lawyers have more than 40 years of experience representing clients in divorces of all kinds. We are confident that we can successfully resolve your New York divorce as quickly as possible.
Divorce Laws in New York
When filing for divorce in New York you will need to meet both the residency requirement and have a “ground” for divorce.
New York’s residency requirement:
In New York there are 7 grounds for divorce that are legally acceptable:
Frequently Asked Questions
You don’t need to get a divorce attorney, but it is highly recommended. Learn More
In New York there are four grounds for divorce: cruel and inhuman treatment, adultery, abandonment for one or more years, or imprisonment for three or more years. Learn More
For more information about how our office can help with your divorce case, please contact a New York Divorce Attorney from our firm to receive our comprehensive legal support. Call 718.752.7426 to learn more information about our services.