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                         IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

We want to ensure you that APS Inc. takes the health and well-being of our staff and
clients very seriously. Like you, we're closely monitoring the quickly developing effects
of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
and the NYS Courts closing and limited access.

We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow the guidance from
public health officials and government agencies, so we can make ongoing assessments.

With that being said, APS Inc.
is open to accept e-mails, phone calls and new
submissions for an uncontested divorce
(see below).

At this time,
there are NO appointments in person. This means you will obtain a
DIVORCE BY MAIL (see below).

This also means, you can still proceed to
Start The Divorce Process (see below) and
when the Court does reopened or the public is cleared to re-enter the building,
your
divorce document
(also known as the SUMMONS WITH NOTICE) will be the very 1st
to be filed in Court
.


   NEW YORK RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT

In order for APS to take your case, You or Your Spouse have to live in the NYC
area
(any one of the 5 boroughs), Westchester, Rockland, Nassau or Suffolk
County (these are the only Counties APS handles).

APS charges travel fees to all the Counties reference above,
except within the NYC
area
. If you do not want to pay the travel fee (i.e. to Westchester County), APS can
draft the divorce documents and
mail them to you, and you will be responsible to
submit the documents to the County Clerk's Department, which is
Quick and Easy to
do and
APS will provide you the detailed instructions to assist you along the way
(making the divorce process SIMPLE and EASY to do).


VERY IMPORTANT NOTE:  Per the Court, if your case is filed in Nassau, Suffolk,
Westchester or Rockland County and you have a Child (or Children) in your
divorce, you have to file a
Stipulation Of Settlement. APS charges a fee of $51.80 to
draft the Stipulation Of Settlement for you.

NOTE: In addition to a Child in your divorce, if there is property as well, then the
fee will be more, depending on the amount (volume) of information to be
incorporated into the document.


          TO START THE DIVORCE PROCESS

NOTE: If you're interested in a "DIVORCE BY MAIL" or "EXPEDITED DIVORCE",
please scroll down towards the bottom of the page for information.

FIRST, you need to complete the Divorce Information Form below. The
purpose for completing the form is to provide APS with all the required information
to prepare the initiating documentation(s) (i.e. SUMMONS WITH NOTICE) for an
Uncontested Divorce.

You can complete the
Divorce Information Form in one (1) of three ways, as
explained below.

1)  On the INTERNET - Click Here and you can provide the requested information
directly via APS website, but will be
unable to save the information on your
computer;
OR

2)  
MICROSOFT WORD DOCUMENT - Click Here and you can type the information
directly into the Divorce Information Form, save it on your PC, and e-mail the form to
APS (as an attachment);
OR

3)  
PDF FILE - Click Here and you can print out the Divorce Information Form,
write the information in the form and either e-mail it as an attachment, send by
regular mail
or fax the form to 646-537-2535.


SECOND, as a result of the daily amount of inquiries and cases handled by
APS
ALL APPOINTMENTS HAVE TO BE RESERVED. If you would like to
reserve an appointment, please be prepared to
make a minimum deposit of $50
(as further explained below).

The payment has to be done
prior to the scheduling of an appointment, which also
includes the commencement of any work.

The
$50 deposit is for the preparation of the SUMMONS WITH NOTICE document.
The
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE will contain the information you provided in the
form. This is the document
To Get Your Case Started In Court.

After the
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE is drafted, the document will be
e-mailed to you to review, as further explained below.

Note:  The $50 deposit will be deducted from APS fee (i.e. $299 - $50 = $249
remaining balance)
. You also have the option to pay the full amount of APS fee
as well (
as indicated below).


(Q.) How can I process the payment of $50?
(A.)  You can do one (1) of the following below:

1)
Pay with a Money Order (mail it to the PO Box address on the contact us page,
and payable to Anderson Paralegal Services),
OR

2) Pay with a Debit or Credit Card securely via PayPal (please scroll down below
for instructions).
Note: If you do not have a PayPal account, you can still process the
payment
via PayPal.

If you use a Debit or Credit Card to process the payment, you will have to make a
payment in the amount of $51.80 ($1.80 is to cover the PayPal service fee).

Note:  If you decide to pay the full amount of $299 in advance (for a divorce with
No Children
) with a Debit or Credit Card, then you will have to make a PayPal
deposit in the
total amount of $308.24 (which includes the service fee). ***Court
filing fees totaling $335
are not included, as indicated here.***

Note:  If you decide to pay the full amount of $399 in advance (for a divorce with
Children
) with a Debit or Credit Card, then you will have to make a PayPal deposit in
the
total amount of $411.23 (which includes the service fee). ***Court filing fees
totaling $335
are not included, as indicated here.***

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE  (Payment Made By Someone Else): If someone
else makes the payment on your behalf
(i.e. your Spouse, Family Member or
Friend),
then that person has to sign an AFFIDAVIT before a notary that
authorizes that payment.

APS will prepare the AFFIDAVIT for you (after the form and deposit have been received).


VERY IMPORTANT NOTE  (Your Business Account):  You cannot use
a Debit or Credit Card in your BUSINESS NAME. If the payment is received in your
BUSINESS NAME, then APS cannot take your case.

If you have a PayPal account and the information in your PayPal account is in your
BUSINESS NAME, sorry APS cannot take your case.
The payment has to be in
your name only.

(Q.) When will I have to pay APS remaining balance?
(A.) APS remaining balance is due at the time that you provide the First Court
   
     payment of $210. You can pay the remaining balance with Cash, Money Order,
   
     Debit or Credit Card, no personal checks accepted.

(Q.)  Will APS provide me with a receipt?
(A.)   ABSOLUTELY! You will be provided with a detailed receipt to retain for your
     
     records.

(Q.)  How soon will APS contact me for an "appointment" after I
        submit the Form and Deposit?
(A.)  It takes APS approx. 2-3 business days (excluding holidays) to send you
    
     (via E-mail) the SUMMONS WITH NOTICE document to review (if no
   
      additional information is needed).

Note: The SUMMONS WITH NOTICE will contain the information you provided in
      the form. This is the document
To Get Your Case Started In Court. The $50
      deposit
is for the preparation of the SUMMONS WITH NOTICE document as
      explained above and
here.

(Q.)  APS does so much for so little in price, how do I know APS is
        Legitimate?
(A.) When considering in retaining the services of a business in New York State, as a
  
      smart consumer you should always check to see if that particular business is
  
      registered with the NYS Department of State, Division of Corporations.

   
     Anderson Paralegal Services, Inc. is an "Active" business, registered with
   
     the NYS Department of State, Division of Corporations.

        If you're still not 100% content, APS can schedule a day and time that is
   
     convenient for you, where you can meet APS at the Courthouse, observe
   
     APS in action, with an end result consisting of your document(s) being reviewed
   
     by the clerk, stamped and FILED!

(Q.)  How Do We Get Started?
(A.)  Simply, by three (3) easy steps, which are as followed:

STEP 1: Complete the Divorce Information Form and return it to APS,
           along with payment. You can make the payment by Money Order or
           with a
Debit or Credit Card (depositing $51.80), by clicking here >>>
           >>>"
PayPal Payments" (Note: If  you do not have a PayPal
           account,
you can still process the payment via PayPal.)

NOTE: Upon receipt of the completed form with payment, you will receive a
      "Confirmation" E-mail (confirming that the form and payment has been
       received)
AND a "Divorce Process - Step by Step" E-mail (where you will be
       able to follow along as your divorce is being process).

       You will receive the (2) e-mails
same day (if the items are received during
       
business hours) or the Next Business Day (excluding holidays) as explained
       
here.


STEP 2: On the day of the appointment, you and APS will meet briefly to do the following:

•  Review the initiating documentation(s), confirming the accuracy of all information
   provided;
•  Obtain your signature for the SUMMONS WITH NOTICE and the detailed receipt to
   retain for your records; and
•  Collect both, the First Court fee of $210 and APS remaining balance.

Note:  If possible, the document(s) will be filed in Court the same day we meet (or
       
    next business day).

STEP 3: Upon your spouse being served (as explained here), and the filing of the
            
    remaining batch of documents, you are all DONE!

Note
: If your Uncontested Divorce question(s) have not been answered, please feel
     
     free to contact APS to address your questions or concerns.



      DIVORCE BY MAIL &  
   
   EXPEDITED DIVORCE

DIVORCE BY MAIL (also known as an On-Line Divorce) means we do not have
to meet up
. No Office Visit Is Required. Your divorce will be process online via
E-Mail and USPS (United States Postal Service) to obtain your signature.

When it is time to file the
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE in Court, at that time, you will
receive an e-mail from APS asking you, do you want to meet up
OR do you "not" want
to meet up and prefer to have the
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE E-mailed to you.

If you prefer to "not" meet up, then you will receive a detailed e-mail consisting of the
instructions to print out the documents, sign them and mail them to APS, along with
payment(s).


EXPEDITED DIVORCE is when APS will prepare ALL the divorce papers in
advance! This means, on the day of the appointment,
You and Your Spouse can sign
ALL the divorce papers
AND the divorce papers will ALL be filed in Court on the
same day as well.

This also means,
"the quicker your case is filed in Court, the quicker the
Court can get to your case"
.

If this interests you, please
Contact APS for additional information (including the fee)
for an "Expedited Divorce".

Thank You,
Anderson Paralegal Services, Inc.


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Service**







**APS Can Travel
To You**







**No Hidden Fees or
Surprises**







**One-on-One
Personal Attention
(from the Beginning
to the End!)**
**Fast and Accurate
Service**







**APS Can Travel
To You**







**No Hidden Fees or
Surprises**







**One-on-One
Personal Attention
(from the Beginning
to the End!)**
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