What is the meaning of Rule Nisi?
A decree nisi or rule nisi (from Latin nisi, meaning 'unless') is a court order that will come into force at a future date unless a particular condition is met. Unless the condition is met, the ruling becomes a decree absolute (rule absolute), and is binding.
How long do you have to be separated before you can file for divorce in NY?
one yearWith respect to the grounds of living separate and apart pursuant to a decree or judgment of separation, or pursuant to a written separation agreement of the parties, you must wait at least one year from the date of the decree or judgment, or the date the written separation agreement was signed by the husband and wife
What is a wife entitled to in a divorce in New York?
What Am I Entitled to in a Divorce in NY? Under New York's equitable distribution laws, only your “marital property” will be divided during a divorce. This means that you and your spouse will get to keep any separate property that was brought into the marriage.
What happens if a divorce goes into default?
A divorce by default occurs when the person who files for divorce does not receive a timely response from the other spouse. You can't take back or rescind the divorce once the courts have finalized it, even if the defendant never received the petition and did not know a spouse filed for divorce.