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New York State Courts E-Filing (NYSCEF) - www.nycourts.gov/efiling - The New York State Unified Court System has established “NYSCEF,” an online program that permits the filing of legal papers by electronic means. For more information contact the NYSCEF Resource Center: 646-386-3033 - EFile@nycourts.gov

New York State Parent Education and Awareness Program - www.nycourts.gov/parented - Certified providers statewide help separating or divorcing parents better understand the effects of their breakup on their children. The program, which in many cases is free, offers parents practical skills to help their children adjust to their new family situation.
 
Court Interpreters - www.nycourts.gov/courtinterpreter - Court Interpreters help New Yorkers participate fully in our courts regardless of language or hearing capacity. The court system provides interpreters in more than 100 languages.

Official Court Forms Free - www.nycourts.gov/courthelp/forms.html - Forms include family law, uncontested divorce, civil legal matters such as name changes and probate matters.

Matrimonial Matters - www.nycourts.gov/matrimonial - Divorce resources, including divorce forms and glossary of legal terms.

Mediation - www.nycourts.gov/adr - Mediation is one of the more popular forms of resolving disputes. Instead of asking a judge to make a decision in court, parties in conflict meet with a trained mediator who helps them communicate with one another and if possible reach an agreement that satisfies everyone. Community Dispute Resolution Centers provide free and low cost mediation services.

Judicial Voter Guide - www.nycourts.gov/vote - The Voter Guide provides information to assist the electorate in selecting its judicial candidates.



 
 
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