Are Your Automated Uncontested Divorce Forms Updated To Reflect New Law?
In 2015, the New York legislature enacted new rules which have an enormous effect on how uncontested divorces in New York are resolved. Specifically, starting in January and March 2016, the uncontested divorce forms in New York change, and the state courts no longer accept many of the outdated forms relating to spousal maintenance, child support, and certain notices and affidavits.
If your automation software is using outdated versions of these forms, then your uncontested divorce filings run a high risk of being rejected, and creating unnecessary delay, cost, and embarrassment for you and/or your clients.
If you are not using automation software for your uncontested divorce filings, then this is the perfect opportunity to incorporate Rocket Docket’s automated legal document assembly software into your practice, which not only saves time by automatically inputting fields and completing calculations, but is also automatically updated to reflect all changes in the law.
New York’s New Uncontested Divorce Forms
New changes to New York’s uncontested divorce forms include:
Use Rocket Docket to Save Time and Avoid Costly, Embarrassing Mistakes
To put it simply, if your legal document assembly software does not automatically update to include New York’s changing laws, then, at best, you are forcing yourself to do double the work, and, at worst, are running the risk of filing faulty forms that do not reflect current law and costing you and your client.
Rocket Docket legal automation software helps save time and money while eliminating costly mistakes. Our Divorce and Family Court Forms are completely updated with all relevant New York state forms and math that you need to complete your work in the most efficient, error-free manner possible, helping you get your work done in a fraction of the time.
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