Answer:Generally, the term “uncontesteddivorce” refers to a divorce proceeding in which none of the issues,including the grounds for divorce, child support, title to property, equitabledistribution, or maintenance, is in dispute.
Residency requirements shall be met in order for the Court to accept your case. If the Court decides it does not have jurisdictional rights to hear the case it will not be accepted or it will eventually be dismissed.
You have to meet the following requirements:
Main documents that are required to start you case are:
Family Court’s County Clerk’s Office will supervise you in handling your documents and will keep you updated with the steps of the case.
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