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In An Uncontested Divorce In Queens, Can We Waive Discovery And Protect Our Private Information?

Yes, if your divorce in Queens in uncontested and your financial arrangements make sense and are in order, you can include a statement as part of your settlement agreement noting that both parties waive discovery.

The court can ask for more information if needed, but when the settlement is properly drafted and passes the basic test of fairness between the parties, it’s unlikely that you’ll encounter resistance.

Working with experienced Queens divorce attorneys is the best way to ensure that your private information remains so, while your interests are protected in the settlement.

For help developing a private settlement that protects your future, call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino at 718-523-1111 for a free consultation.