How to get a divorce

What is a divorce and how to get one.

This article will provide you with a brief overview on what a divorce is and how to get a divorce. If you have any questions contact our firm, Quinn & Tyrrell, Nassau county divorce lawyers.

What is a Divorce?

A divorce is a characterized as dissolution of the marital partnership. The marital partnership begins on the date of marriage, and ceases on the filing of a summons for divorce. The issues of a divorce that need to be addressed include:

  1. Custody of the children.
  2. Visitation with children.
  3. Child support, health insurance.
  4. College tuition expenses.
  5. Maintenance (alimony).
  6. Equitable distribution of the marital assets
  7. Debts

Our firm, Quinn & Tyrrell, strives to settle these issues between the parties without having judicial intervention. Most divorces are filled with ill emotions that cloud the parties thinking and reasonableness in settling the matter. Mr. Tyrrell, being a divorce lawyer on Long Island, acknowledges the sensitivity of the emotions and attempts to divide the assets and resolve the party’s differences expeditiously.

How to get a divorce?

You can get a divorce through multiple avenues. An alternative to judicial intervention is mediation. Mediation can serve as a valuable way for parties to a divorce to compromise on important decisions related to the divorce.

What is an uncontested divorce?

If both parties to a divorce agree on divorce, and neither party will contest it, then the parties can move for an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is financially attractive, because it is inexpensive in terms of legal fees.

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The information provided in this article by Quinn & Tyrrell is for informational purposes only. The information contained herein must not be construed as legal advice. If you have any questions contact our firm, Quinn & Tyrrell, Long Island Trusts and Estates lawyers.