Divorce / Separation

Buffalo Divorce Attorney

Helping Those Throughout New York Divorce With Dignity

Divorce is never easy, but you can minimize the disruption to your life if you take the right approach. At DePrima Law, you can divorce with dignity. We offer a balanced approach to conflict in order to help you find happiness and peace after divorce. As a certified Conscious Uncoupling™ Coach, respected mediator, and a skilled attorney with more than 18 years in practice, Attorney Gina Marie DePrima, Esq. can offer you guidance in filing for divorce, she can provide support, and the sound legal counsel you need. We focus on finding solutions that will set the foundation for a better future – for you, your children, and your ex-spouse.

How Long Does It Take To Get a Divorce in New York?

The length of each divorce case in New York will vary since everyone’s circumstances are different. An uncontested divorce could take as little as several weeks if the couple can come to an agreement on matters such as support and custody. However, if the couple cannot agree, then the divorce becomes contested and could take several months to a year or more.

New York does not have a waiting period after filing for divorce, so as soon as the issues are settled in or out of court, the divorce can be finalized.

How Much Does It Cost to Get a Divorce in New York?

Just like the length of each divorce will vary, the cost of each divorce will range in New York. You can expect to pay at least $335 in total court and filing fees, but there will be additional costs for other fees and legal expenses. The total amount of these costs will depend on how complicated the divorce is and how long it takes to resolve.

Certified Conscious Uncoupling™

What is Conscious Uncoupling™? Developed by marriage and family therapist Katherine Woodward Thomas, this breakthrough method was developed to help people turn painful breakups, separations, and divorces into experiences that leave them ready to face life anew. Conscious Uncoupling™ offers a healthy, balanced approach to divorce that can have numerous benefits for spouses and their children.

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