Q: I checked ecourts in NY for my divorce status and it says NOI filed 5/28/21 and NOI due 5/28/22? Meaning?
My uncontested divorce case was filed in NYC during COVID. How can I tell if there are other issues with my divorce case or if we are just waiting for a judge to sign.
A: NOI is Note of Issue. That is the form that says to the court that the case is ready for final resolution or trial. It is required in all cases. The court website simply says it was due and it was filed. If everything else required was filed, it just needs to go.up to a judge for signature.
A: "NOI" means Note of Issue - meaning you needed to have filed one & paid the fee when presenting your judgment package. To follow-up, you can call the Matrimonial Clerk's office. You may also call a Bronx Divorce Attorney for more info.
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