Unable to Locate Your Spouse
Learn About Getting Divorced If You are Unable to Locate Your Spouse
In this video, Buffalo Divorce Attorney Donna L. Haslinger explains how you can get divorced if you are unable to locate your spouse. If you are considering divorce but can’t locate your spouse, contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation. Let our experience work for you.
- Sometimes, people who have been separated for years have lost contact with each other, never having taken the legal steps to get divorced.
- New York State requires personal service in order to start the divorce process, but if your spouse cannot be located, the court may permit alternate service via other means.
- If you have at least an idea of the state where your spouse currently resides, it will help the court determine the appropriate method of service.
Are you unable to locate your spouse but want to file for divorce in New York? Contact our experienced Buffalo divorce attorneys to discuss all your legal options and answer any questions you’re bound to have.
The law firm of Cole, Sorrentino, Hurley, Hewner & Gambino has been providing sound legal advice and representation in divorce and family law matters for more than 45 years.
Out of Town Legal Resources
We like to help people in other parts of the country whenever possible. While we primarily practice in Western New York, we found this lawyer in New Jersey that addresses a lot of the most common divorce questions with their online educational guides and videos. If you or someone you know has questions about divorce in New Jersey, look at this divorce lawyer in East Hanover, NJ.