Saratoga County No-Fault Divorce Attorneys

Reliable and cost-effective no-fault divorce services

Jean M. Mahserjian, Esq., P.C. has provided no-fault divorce representation since New York adopted the practice in 2010. State law allows a divorce without fault only when the parties have lived separate and apart for one year after signing a separation agreement and before commencing the action for divorce. If you have been living under a separation agreement and feel the time has come to finalize a divorce, our experienced attorneys can guide you through the New York no-fault divorce process. If you have not taken that initial step, see our Albany Legal Separation page for further information.

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Immediate action, reduced cost: uncontested divorce

You may obtain a divorce right away if you and your spouse can agree upon fault grounds for divorce. After you reach an agreement about which party will seek the divorce, and on what grounds, an uncontested divorce action can commence. The spouse who has agreed to be “at fault” need not admit any of the allegations, but simply agrees not to submit an answer to the court. For further information, see our page on Uncontested Divorce.

Fast-track services with experienced, professional oversight

Jean M. Mahserjian, Esq., P.C. offers expedited services for New York no-fault divorce through a separate dedicated website: www.NYDivorceNow.com. Any individual who can file for divorce in any county in New York State can use the site. However, we will not represent both parties; only one spouse can retain our services.

When you use our Online Divorce website, you retain the services of our attorneys, who exercise professional care in properly completing and filing your papers, responding to all of your questions and handling all aspects of your case, which include:

  • Preparing a settlement agreement
  • Preparing a separation agreement
  • Turning mediated agreements into Settlement Agreements
  • Obtaining a judgment of divorce
  • Obtaining a conversion divorce

Additional information on New York no-fault divorce is available on our Divorce FAQ page.

Contact an experienced Albany no-fault divorce lawyer at Jean M. Mahserjian, Esq., P.C.

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To start the process of your no-fault divorce, call us at (518) 383-1182. An experienced Saratoga County divorce attorney will be happy to answer your questions and schedule an initial appointment at our Clifton Park office. You can also schedule an appointment by contacting us online.

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