Available in Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer, & Saratoga Counties Only
This service is an OPTIONAL, ADDITIONAL service and may significantly cut your overall divorce process time.
Once you have submitted the completed workbook and sign the 1st set of documents, in 2 business days or less have we will have your 1ST set of documents filed & ready for your spouse to sign AND if your spouse is not willing to sign, the documents will be ready to be served.
The sole purpose of the rush divorce service option is to get your spouse’s part done as fast as possible.
Once we have your spouse’s forms ready, we will need you to act fast as well!
If your spouse is signing willingly & timely, finalization as soon as possible is our goal.
If your spouse does not want to sign & is being served, finalization time may be extended. Either way, your spouse’s documents will be ready to be served ASAP!
Your spouse never needs to come into the We The People office; once your spouse signs or is served, We The People finishes the divorce process with only you! We have no further documents needed for your spouse to sign!
ADDING THE RUSH PACKAGE TO YOUR DIVORCE SERVICE FOR THE ADDITIONAL $495. includes all the following:
- 48 Hour Expedited Document Preparation
- 48 Hour Expedited Supreme Court Messenger Filing Service for your Divorce Summons
- 48 Hour Expedited Supreme Court Messenger Return Document Service
Terms – We The People guarantees the preparation and filing of your forms at court within the 48 hour period. However, if the NYS Supreme Court System or our processing department computers are down, we will, at the soonest time possible, get your paperwork ready/filed on the same priority basis. Once your spouse signs or is served, typically, we have no further documents for spouse to sign; however, this is subject to court approval. There are no refunds for Rush Service and in some circumstances the final decision may take approximately 16 weeks. Even though our goal is having your spouse served as soon as possible, there is a 40-day mandatory court waiting period before the final filing.