Queens, NY asked in Divorce, Family Law and Landlord - Tenant for New York

Q: How do I find out if I"m divorced?

I was ousted from my apt by my daughter,separated from my husband then served with divorce papers. I

I don't want divorce don't believe he wants one either.It was initiated by my daughter What should I do?

3 Lawyer Answers
Howard E. Knispel
Howard E. Knispel
PREMIUM
Answered
  • Commack, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: If there is an index number on the divorce papers you can check with the court.

Elaine Shay
Elaine Shay
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  • Landlord Tenant Lawyer
  • New York, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: If you were served with papers divroce papers, regardless of your personally feelings regarding its cause, you will need to take steps to protect your interests. Therefore, you should give serious consideration to retaining an attorney to file an answer to the pleadings and move forward. Hiring counsel does not prevent you from seeking reconciliation with your spouse.

Michael J Stachowski
Michael J Stachowski
Answered
  • Buffalo, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: You can contest grounds by putting in an answer. your husband and you would appear with your lawyers at a preliminary conference and there without your daughters presence you can confront husband with whether he desires a divorce.

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