Anderson Paralegal Services, Inc.    NEW YORK'S #1 UNCONTESTED DIVORCE SPECIALISTS...




                 NEW YORK UNCONTESTED DIVORCE    

Anderson Paralegal Services ("APS") realizes that a divorce proceeding can potentially be extremely
EMOTIONAL, TIME CONSUMING, and EXPENSIVE, and more so, when their is a child or children
involved. If you and your spouse are willing to agree to the terms for filing an "Uncontested Divorce",
you will
absolutely save yourself lots of time, money, and stress!

By using the services of APS, whether it be to draft a Separation Agreement or No-Fault Divorce, you
will be receiving "One-on-One Personal Attention" from the beginning to the end. APS specializes in
doing New York Uncontested Divorces all day,
everyday!

You ask yourself what makes APS a specialist, the answer is simple, sometimes, outside of filing the
required documents to obtain a divorce, your case may require an additional document to be prepared
such as an
"Affidavit" or "Addendum" (to supplement a specific document), and because APS is a
paralegal company, APS is well prepared with the knowledge and experience to draft that legal  
document, the exact way
the court will accept it!

APS has acquired years of experience, combined with an extensive amount of knowledge to ensure that
your divorce receives the utmost attention. APS provides a service that has been recognized (by its
clients) as being
Compassionate, Efficient, and Affordable as stated in their Testimonials!

APS will "Prepare and File" all the documents with your local County Clerk's office at no additional cost,
(within the NYC area).


                                      
              DIVORCE INFORMATION

(Q.)  What is an “Uncontested” Divorce?
(A.)  Uncontested means that all the terms of the divorce are agreed upon “you and   
 
         your spouse” (prior to the filing of documents), and that your spouse will not
     
     bring you into court for any reason (i.e. child support, spousal support, or etc.).

(Q.)  How long does it take for an Uncontested Divorce to be completed?
(A.)   An Uncontested Divorce normally can take up from 6-8 weeks to 3 months (or longer)
    
       depending on the following two (2) factors below:

          First, how quickly can your spouse return the necessary document(s) to you (i.e. Affidavit
   
       of Defendant); and Second, how busy is the Court upon filing the remaining batch of
    
      documents to place the matrimonial action on the Uncontested Calendar.

(Q.)  Will I ever be required to go to Court?
(A.)  Normally, if your divorce remains "Uncontested" (and the Court does not have a question),
 
         then you will not have to go to the Court. However, if your spouse decides to not agree
   
       with any terms of the Uncontested Divorce (i.e. the specified ground or relief sought),  
   
       then your divorce is no longer Uncontested, and you may have to go to Court.

(Q.)  Do I need a "Social Security Number" to obtain a divorce?
(A.)   Yes you do. Per the Court rules, a Social Security Number is required for you, your spouse and
    
       your child(ren).

     
      IMPORTANT:  Depending on your reason(s) for not providing a Social Security Number will
                             
        determine whether or not the Judge (or Referee) will accept your case.

(Q.)  Do I need to have my "Spouse's Address" to obtain a divorce?
(A.)   Yes you do. Per the Court rules, you need to provide your spouse's Physical Address (not a PO
     
      Box address) to obtain a divorce.

   
        IMPORTANT: You do not need your spouse's Physical Address to start the divorce proceedings,
                           
         however, you will need your spouse's Physical Address by the time the SUMMONS
                            
        WITH NOTICE is ready to be filed in Court.

(Q.)  How much time do I have to "Serve My Spouse" the papers after the
        Summons With Notice has been filed in court?
(A.)   After the Summons With Notice (or Summons and Complaint) is filed in Court and you have  
  
        obtained the Index #, per the Court rules, you have exactly 120 days to serve your spouse the
          papers. The 120 days begins when the document has been filed in Court and you have obtained
   
       the Index #.

     
IMPORTANT (1):   Per the Court rules, failure for not serving your spouse the papers within the
                                    120 days
can result in the Court dismissing your case and you will have to start
                                     all over, which will include paying the $210 fee for the Index #
and APS fee(s).

     
IMPORTANT (2):   If you do not know your spouse's whereabouts meaning their Physical Location
                                     (address) to where s/he can be served with the papers, then you should NOT
                                     start the divorce proceedings until you have been able to determine the
                                     information.                    


(Q.)  Can I still get a Divorce, if my Spouse "Does Not Sign" The Papers?
(A.)  YES! After your spouse has been "Physically Served" with the divorce papers, your spouse
          
can either sign the paper(s) (which will expedite the divorce proceedings) or do nothing. If
          
your spouse choose to "not sign the paper(s)", you can still get a divorce upon the expiration
          
of the approx. 40-day waiting period (as further explained below).

          NOTE: Per the Court Rules, "Physically Served" is defined as your spouse "being personally
    
      handed the papers". This means that the "server" (as explained below) has to travel to your
          spouse's location and give the documents to your spouse, from their hand to your spouse's
   
       hand. You cannot serve your spouse the papers if s/he is NOT going to sign the Affidavit.

    
      VERY IMPORTANT:

    (1)  Per the Court rules, if your spouse is willing to sign the "AFFIDAVIT OF
           DEFENDANT"
document (before a notary), then you can mail the affidavit
           directly to your spouse.

    (2)  If your spouse
is NOT going to sign the Affidavit Of Defendant document (or
           you're not 100% sure that your spouse will sign the affidavit), then
you CANNOT
           mail the affidavit to your spouse. The Affidavit Of Defendant document will have
           to be "
Physically Served" to your spouse (as explained above).

           
NOTE:  If the Affidavit Of Defendant document is mailed to your spouse and your
                        spouse decides to not sign the document, then your spouse will have to
                        be "PHYSICALLY SERVED" (as explained above
and below).

(Q.)  What happens if my spouse fails to appear in the divorce action?
(A.)   After your spouse is Physically Served, you will have to wait approx. 40 days after service for   
   
       APS to file the remaining batch of documents. Upon the expiration of the required days, your
          spouse will have defaulted, and APS can proceed to finalize the Uncontested Divorce.

  
         IMPORTANT:  In order for you to be able to obtain a divorce without your spouse's signature,
                             
        you CANNOT serve your spouse the papers. This means the following:

     (1):
If your spouse resides in NYS, you either have to hire a "PROCESS SERVER" or anyone
            you may know (i.e. family member or friend) that is
over the age of 18 years old and a
            
NYS resident (and not a party to the divorce) can "Physically Serve" your spouse the papers.

     (2):
If your spouse does NOT reside in NYS, and lives in another State or Country, then you either
            have to hire a "PROCESS SERVER"
OR check with that State (or Country) law(s) to determine
            if someone else (other than a process server) can
Physically Serve your spouse with the
            papers.

            IMPORTANT:  Per the Court rules, if your spouse resides in another COUNTRY, s/he has to
                         
            sign the document(s) in front of a notary either at the AMERICAN EMBASSY or
                                
     US CONSULATE, these are the only (2) places the Courts (in the State of NY)
                               
      will accept.

(Q.)  How much time do I have to file ALL the divorce documents in court?
(A.)  Per the Supreme Courts (in the State of NY), you have approx. (1) year from when the
  
       Summons With Notice (or Summons and Complaint) was filed in court - to file ALL the remaining
  
       batch of documents. Failure to do so, can result in your case being dismiss.

   
       Note: This means that if you do not file ALL the divorce documents in Court prior to the (1) year
             
        expiration from when the Summons with Notice was filed in court, then you may have to
             
        start your divorce all over again (as if it is a brand new case), which includes paying the
              
       fee(s) all over again as well.

              
      To determine if you have more or less time than the (1) year (as explained above), you
              
      should contact the Matrimonial or County Clerk's Office (this is the office that all your
               
     divorce papers will be filed in).

(Q.)  I can't locate my spouse, can I still get a divorce?
(A.)  Yes you can, this procedure is called Divorce by Publication. Due to the requirements
 
         to obtain a divorce through this procedure and the expensive fees associated,
          APS does not handle divorces by publication.

(Q.)  My spouse Is Incarcerated, can I still use the services of APS?
(A.)   YES, as long as your spouse will sign the AFFIDAVIT AND it has to be in front of a notary.

 
          IMPORTANT:  If your spouse is NOT going to sign the AFFIDAVIT OR you're NOT 100% sure
                                     your spouse will sign the AFFIDAVIT, then APS cannot take your case.

(Q.)  If I was married in another State (or Country), can I still get a
        divorce in the State of New York?
(A.)   YES! As long as you qualify for the two (2) requirements indicated below.

(Q.)  What are the "Requirements" to file for a divorce in New York State?
(A.)   In order to file for a divorce in New York State, the following two (2) requirements have to be met.
  
         You have to qualify for one of the "Grounds for Divorce" and one of the "Residency  
 
        Requirements" (scroll down below to view the choices).

(Q.)  If I don't live in the State of New York, can I still get a divorce?
(A.)   YES, as long as your spouse has resided in New York State for a continuous period in
  
        excess of one year immediately preceding the commencement of the divorce AND can
  
        meet one (1) of the other requirements listed below in the "Residency Requirements" section.

(Q).  Do we have to meet up in person to process my divorce?
(A.)   NO, we do not have to meet up, no office visit is required, your divorce can be process by
  
        E-mail and Regular Mail (via USPS) to obtain your signature!

(Q.)  Do I need to provide a copy of my marriage certificate to get a divorce?  
(A.)   
NO, you do not need to provide APS with a copy of your marriage certificate. You only have to
 
         provide the information contained on the marriage certificate.

(Q.)  Will I be able to change my Married Name (surname name) back to my         
        Maiden Name?
(A.)   YES, APS will change your married name back to your maiden name.

(Q.)  Can I still use your services for a "Contested" divorce?
(A.)   Unfortunately No. The services provided by APS is only for Uncontested Divorces.

(Q.)  How much is an Uncontested Divorce with "No Child(ren)" under 21?
(A.)   An Uncontested Divorce with "No Child(ren)" under 21 years old is a flat rate of $299
           within the NYC area (Court filing fees totaling $335 are not included as explained below).

    
       NOTE: If you live outside of the NYC area (i.e. Westchester County), APS flat rate is slightly
            
            higher to cover the travel expenses.

(Q.)  How much is an Uncontested Divorce "With Child(ren)" under 21?
(A.)   An Uncontested Divorce "With Child(ren)" under 21 years old is a flat rate of $399
           within the NYC area (Court filing fees totaling $335 are not included as explained below).

  
         NOTE: If you live outside of the NYC area (i.e. Westchester County), APS flat rate is slightly
            
            higher to cover the travel expenses.

(Q.)  What Counties Does APS service/handles for Uncontested Divorces?
(A.)   APS services/handles uncontested divorces only in NYC (all 5 boroughs), Westchester,
 
         Rockland, Nassau and Suffolk County.

          NOTE (1):  APS charges travel fees to all the Counties reference above, except within the
                             NYC area.

   
       NOTE (2):  If you do not want to pay the travel fees, APS can draft the divorce documents
                       
      and mail them to you, and you will be responsible to submit the documents to
                       
      the County Clerk's Department, which is quick and easy to do and APS will
                      
       provide you the detailed instructions to assist you along the way!

(Q.)  How Do We Get Started?
(A.)   You have to complete the Divorce Information Form and make a deposit in the amount
      
    of $50. To start the process all you have to do is click here.

(Q.)  How soon will APS contact me for an "appointment" after I submit the Form  
 
       and Deposit?
(A.)   It takes APS approx. 1-2 business days to send you (via E-mail) the Summons with Notice
          document to review (if no additional information is needed in the form).

   
        Note: The Summons with Notice will contain the information you provided in the form. This is the
                 
     document to get your case started in Court. The $50 deposit is for the preparation of the
                      SUMMONS WITH NOTICE document.

(Q.) When will I have to pay APS remaining balance?
(A.)  APS remaining balance is due at the time that you provide the First Court payment of $210.
         You can pay the remaining balance with Cash, Money Order, Debit or Credit Card,
no personal
         checks accepted
.

(Q.)  Is there an expiration on the $50 deposit?
(A.)   No, there is no expiration when you make the $50 deposit. For example, when you
    
      make the $50 deposit, and afterwards you decide to put your case on hold for an
    
      unlimited amount of time, your $50 deposit will always be there (as credit).

(Q.)  Is The $50 Deposit refundable if I discontinue APS services?
(A.)   If for any reason(s) you have discontinued APS services and APS has drafted
          the initiating document to be filed in Court (i.e. SUMMONS WITH NOTICE)
   
        then NO, the $50 deposit is Non-Refundable.

   
       If APS has Not drafted the Summons With Notice (meaning has yet to get to your case),
   
       then Yes, you will be entitle to a refund. ***All refunds will be issue within (5) business days.***

(Q.)  If I Discontinue the Divorce, can I start all over with APS at a later time?
(A.)   If for any reason(s) you have discontinued the divorce (oppose to simply putting your divorce
         on hold as explained above), all the information you have provided will be dispose and your
  
       case will officially be closed. ***APS reserves the right to determine whether (or not) to accept
  
       your case at a later time. There will be an "inconvenience fee" applied if APS reinstates your case***



                                       
                 COURT FILING FEES

(Q.)  How much are the Court Filing Fees?
(A.)  The Court filing fees totaling $335 (are NOT included in APS fee) and is done by making
          two (2) separate payments to the County Clerk's Office (within NYC).

          You will need to make the FIRST Payment of $210 to purchase an "Index No." (this is to
 
         start your case in Court).

  
        When the time comes to file your remaining batch of documents (i.e. after your spouse
   
       returns the document(s) to you OR your spouse has defaulted), you will need to make
          the SECOND Payment in the amount of $125 for the "Note Of Issue" (and only at that time
          the court will permit you to submit the remaining batch of documents as well).

  
        NOTE: If you live outside of NYC (i.e. Westchester County), the Court filing fees are slightly higher,
                
      and you may have to submit additional documents.



                                                    GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE

(Q.)  What are the "Grounds for Divorce" in New York State?
(A.)   According to the New York Domestic Relations Law §170, they are the following:

       •  
Cruel and Inhuman Treatment  (click here for details)
       •  Abandonment of a period of 1 or more years  (click here for details)
       •  Imprisonment for a period of at least 3 consecutive years (and still
          in prison when the divorce action is commenced) and have taken
          place after the date of the marriage
 (click here for details)
       •  Adultery  (click here for details)
       •  Judgment of Separation - parties are required to live separate and
          apart for more than one year after the judgment was granted
 (click here for details)
       •  Separation Agreement - parties have lived apart for more than one year
          according to the written agreement  
(click here for details)
       •  Simplest! Irretrievable Breakdown in Relationship for at Least Six Months (click here for details)



                                    RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS

(Q.)  What are the "Residency Requirements" in New York State?
(A.)   According to the New York Domestic Relations Law § 230 the requirements are as
   
        followed:  

1)        The marriage ceremony was performed in NYS and either spouse is a resident of the
            state at the time of the commencement of the action for divorce and resided in the state
  
          for a continuous period of one year immediately before the action began; OR

2)  
      The couple lived as husband and wife in NYS and either spouse is a resident of the
  
          state at the time of the commencement of the action for divorce and resided in this
  
          state for a continuous period of one year immediately before the action began; OR

3)
       The grounds for divorce occurred in NYS and either spouse is a resident of the state
     
       at the time of the commencement of the action for divorce and resided in this state
  
          for a continuous period of one year immediately before the action began; OR

4)  
      The grounds for divorce occurred in NYS and both spouses are NY residents at the
   
         time the action is commenced; OR

5)
       If you and your spouse were married outside of NYS and you never lived together as
    
        husband and wife in this state and the grounds for divorce did not occur in this state--either
     
       you or your spouse must presently be a resident of New York State and have resided  
     
       continuously in the state for at least two years prior to bringing this action for divorce.



                                 
CHILD SUPPORT INFORMATION

(Q.) Is Child Support "mandatory" to establish in the divorce documents?
(A.)  Yes! Per New York Law child support is mandatory and has to be "determined and
  
        documented" in the divorce papers.

  
        IMPORTANT:  This does NOT mean that the Court or Child Support Collection Unit is going to
                          
          "garnish" the non-custodial parent's paycheck, rather it simply means that child
                         
            support has to be "determined and documented" in the divorce papers - that's it..

(Q.)  How much Child Support do I have to pay and to What Age of the Child?
(A.)  According to the New York Child Support Standards Act (CSSA ) the percentages below are   
   
      applied to the first $141,000.00 of combined parental income. These percentages are as followed:

  
         • 17% for one child
    
       • 25% for two children
      
     • 29% for three children
    
       • 31% for four children
    
       • No less than 35% for five or more children

   
      According to the following link below (and under New York Law), "parents are responsible
   
      for supporting their child until the child is 21 years old."

         For additional information regarding New York Child Support regulations, obligations, and
    
     guidelines click here....Child Support Information.

         For information, which can be used to determine an "approximate" annual child support
    
     obligation, click here....Child Support Standards Chart.

(Q.)  I am the Custodial Parent to receive child support, can I have the child   
       support payments come Directly To Me or do I have to use the services of
       the Support Collection Unit?
(A.)   If you're the custodial parent to receive child support, you have the option to either have the child
  
        support payments paid directly to you (by your spouse) or utilize the services of the Support
    
      Collection Unit.

(Q.)  I have a "Child Support Order", do I need to provide the Court with a  
 
       copy?
(A.)   YES, if you have a Child Support Order, you will need to provide APS with a copy because APS
   
        will have to reference some of the information (contained in the child support order) into the
   
        divorce documents and attach a copy of the order to your divorce papers.

(Q.)  I have a "Custody and Visitation Order", do I need to provide the Court
        with a copy?
(A.)   YES, if you have a Custody and Visitation Order, you will need to provide APS with a copy
          
because APS will have to reference some of the information (contained in the custody and
           
visitation order) into the divorce documents and attach a copy of the order to your divorce papers.

(Q.)  I have additional questions regarding child support, are their any other
        resources available on the Internet that I can use?
(A.)   YES, in addition to the information APS have provided, you can obtain a lot of useful and helpful
           information (for the Custodial and Non-Custodial Parent) from the New York Child Support
           website by clicking here.

   
        You can also call APS to speak to a representative at 646-537-2534 or send APS an e-mail at  
            info@andersonparalegal.com



                                   WHY USE THE SERVICES OF APS

(Q.)  Why should I use the services of APS?
(A.) (1st)  Your uncontested divorce will be handled by a professional paralegal company that is
              well established, including being
incorporated and registered with the NYS Department
              of State, Division of Corporations.

 (2nd)   APS has acquired the knowledge and experience to properly and effectively handle your
              divorce, from the beginning to the end (
Judgment of Divorce signed), and if a problem
              was to arise unexpectedly, no worries, because APS is there to make sure your
              uncontested divorce
continues to be a simple and easy process to complete.

              
For example, when you have a child(ren) in your divorce, the Court is mandated to search
              the
sex offender's registry, domestic violence registry, and the child protective registry and
              if the search reveals "
a possible positive finding" for at least one (1) of the above, then you
              will receive a detailed letter from the Court explaining their findings and what is needed in
              order to continue with your divorce, including the specified amount of time you will have to
              file the required documents or your case will be dismissed.

  (3rd)   You can be absolutely certain (as referenced on the About Us page), that as a result
              of the
Education, Experience, and Compassion APS will bring to your divorce, you
              will surely receive
the utmost attention.

              This includes APS having the knowledge and experience to "prepare" the requested
              documents in order for the court to be able to
continue with your case.

              Also, if the Court made the error(s) when conducting the search (which does happens),
              then
there is no charge for APS to prepare the requested document(s) for the Court.

(Q.)  Why use APS to "Prepare and File" my Uncontested Divorce documents?
(A.)   By using APS for the "Preparation and Filing" of the divorce documents, your Uncontested Divorce
     
      will receive the following attention:  

           •  
Fast and Accurate Service  
           •  No Surprises
           •  No Hidden Fees
           •  No Office Visit Required
          
 •  No Court Appearances is Required (as long as the divorce is Uncontested)
           
•  One-on-One Personal Attention (from the Beginning to the End!)
           •  APS will file all the documents in Court on your behalf.......at no additional cost (within NYC)

          You and APS will get together to ensure that all the documents are completed correctly
          (and filed in court) –
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!

(Q.)  When will the initiating documents (i.e. Summons with Notice) be filed in
        Court?
(A.)  The Summons with Notice will be filed the same day you and APS meet up (or the next
  
        business day).

  
        If the documents are mailed to APS, then the documents will be filed the same day the
  
        documents are received (or the next business day).

          Note: The Summons with Notice is what you will pay the 1st Court fee of $210 (for the Index No.)

(Q.)  How will I know that the initiating documents have been filed in court?
(A.)   Upon APS filing your Summons with Notice in Court, you will receive a detailed e-mail
          confirming your documents were filed.

(Q.)  What is another "GREAT" service APS provides?
(A.)   Here at APS it is all about CONVENIENCE. There is no need to travel, and having
   
        to "go out of your way" to obtain reliable and accurate service to assist you in
   
        completing your Uncontested Divorce documents.

           APS CAN TRAVEL TO YOU (i.e. on your lunch break), and meet you at a location that is   
   
        CONVENIENT for you (i.e. your Office, Starbucks, Library you name it and APS will be there!!).  

    
       NOTE: If APS is traveling to you, it has to be within "reasonable distance".

     **APS requires approximately 5-10 minutes of your time when we meet.**

(Q.)  
Does APS have all the required documents to file for an Uncontested
        Divorce in New York?
(A.)   YES, Anderson Paralegal Services have all the required New York State documents
   
        to file for an Uncontested Divorce.

(Q.)  What about having my spouse served with the document(s)?
(A.)   If your spouse does accept, sign and return the document(s), then APS can have your
   
        spouse served (within reasonable distance) at no additional cost (within the NYC area)!

(Q.)   APS does so much, for so little in price, how do I know APS is Legitimate?
(A.)       (1st)    When considering in retaining the services of a business in New York State, as a
                
           smart consumer you should always check to see if that particular business is
                  
         registered with the NYS Department of State, Division of Corporations.

                           Anderson Paralegal Services, Inc. is an "Active" business, registered with the
                    
       NYS Department of State, Division of Corporations.

               (2nd)   If you're still not 100% content, APS can schedule a day and time that is convenient for
                  
         you, where you can meet APS at the Courthouse, observe APS in action, with an end
                  
         result consisting of your documents(s) being reviewed by the clerk, stamped, and filed!



                     
          HOW WILL I KNOW THE DIVORCE IS FINALIZED

(Q.)  How will I know the divorce is finalized by the court?
(A.)   Normally, depending on which County your documents are filed in, the Court will
    
       send you either a "Postcard" or "Letter" notifying you the status of your divorce,
    
       and how to obtain a copy of the signed Judgment Of Divorce.

    
       You can also Check To See If The Judgment Of Divorce Has Been Signed
           via APS website (this is a convenient feature available and accessible to clients of APS 24/7).



                                  
               PREPARATION OF AGREEMENTS

(Q.)  How much does it cost to have a Separation Agreement drafted?
(A.)   APS charges a flat rate of $299 to draft a Separation Agreement (with no children),
  
        and $399 with children.

(Q.)  How much does it cost to have a Child Support Agreement,
        Marital Property Stipulation or Affidavit drafted?
(A.)   APS fee starts at $50 per agreement, stipulation or affidavit to be drafted and then the price  
           increases depending on the amount (volume) of information to be incorporated into the
   
        document.



                                     
            HOW TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

(Q.)  How Can I Make An Appointment?
(A.)   To make an appointment, all you have to do is click here, and follow the
     
      easy and simple instructions to get your case started.

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