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Matrimonial & Family Law

There are many circumstances that surround foreclosures and one includes divorce. Couples may abandon the family home, one partner may stop paying the mortgage, or finances may make keeping up impossible. After frequently witnessing these events, Sorid Law added matrimonial and family law practice to the firm's services.

New York is a no-fault divorce state, which means spouses do not need to show responsibility for the end of the marriage. They only need to allege that the marriage is irretrievably broken. While this does not make a divorce any easier, it does take out the biggest adversarial element that only causes additional emotional turmoil.

Contested Versus Uncontested Divorces

Uncontested Divorces

  • These types of divorces are the quickest and easiest. An uncontested divorce is where both the parties agree to all the terms of the divorce and consent to placing the case on a uncontested calendar in court. The difficult part is the preparation of the documents needed by the court. Do it right the first time by allowing Sorid Law to prepare the legal documents. 

Contested Divorces

  • A divorce becomes contested when one or both parties do not agree to at least one or more terms of the divorce. Contested divorces can get complicated and expensive. Oftentimes, court appearances may be required. Litigants can be intimidated and overwhelmed by appearing in court. Contested divorces can become stressful if you try to handle them yourself. 

There is no reason to face divorce alone in Long Island, Brooklyn, Queens, and the surrounding areas. Contact our office for a consultation at (516) 223-8000.



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