No, because of the highly sensitive nature of divorce actions, it is against the law for court clerks, court reporters, and others to share pleadings, motions, testimony, findings, and any other elements of your divorce with the public.
The only individuals who can access this material are you and your attorney, and courts in Queens take your privacy very seriously.
You will never be in a job interview and be hit with questions stemming from the records someone pulled of your divorce.
Allegations made by your spouse, or that you make against your spouse, are not available for the public to examine.
Working with experienced, discrete attorneys can also help ensure that all materials are properly filed and your privacy is protected.
Call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino today at 718-523-1111 and talk to a Queens divorce attorney for free.