Divorce is yet another legal category that has a lot of legal and financial repercussions. Emotionally, a divorce is simply exhausting. For a couple to split up and have to deal with all the con's of that break-up is very hard. From child custody to asset distribution it can get very messy. Sadly, these legal con's are difficult for couple yet not as difficult as remaining together. There are 2 ways a couple can legally break up, either contested or uncontested. Uncontested divorces are quick and both patties agree what will happen with everything from their children to their money. While uncontested divorces can drag out for a very long time as both parties cannot agree on the basics of the break-up. We have years of experience dealing with these cases. Our court trained uncontested and contested divorce lawyers in NYC, Queens, Long Island Westchester and Brooklyn NY will represent you with the care and help get you the results that you are looking for. We have 6 convenient NY offices. Call today and schedule near your home.
Our matrimonial and family attorneys can represent you in any divorce related matter or Family Court matter, and will fight to ensure that your rights are upheld in every way. Our Lawyer.com featured divorce attorneys will assist you with custody disputes, division of property, valuing businesses, assets and making sure that child support and spousal support is set up fairly. Our legal experts can assist you with negotiation, mediation or cooperative divorces if you and your spouse have decided to part way amicably. Conversely, we can fight aggressively to make sure that you receive everything you are entitled to and take your case all the way through trial if the situation warrants it. The cost for a divorce lawyer in NY has gone down since July of 2011. At this this time a "no fault" divorce law was passed which significantly reduced the amount of work that an uncontested divorce requires. Contested legal break-ups however can be very pricey. The cost will actually go up at every stage of settlement. If the case goes to court the fees will keep rising. The sooner a couple can settle their differences the less attorney fees will need to be paid.
Our law firm as been recognized as a premium divorce firm in Queens, Brooklyn & NYC as well as all of the five boroughs. We have many testimonials from successful court cases and settlements that can be seen on our website. We have many reviews on YELP and Google. We will help you get though this difficult time with the emotional and legal help that you require. We also have a featured spot on the New Rochelle Attorney resource page New Rochelle Attorney resource page. New Yorker's in the northern suburbs of the city really appreciate our legal know-how. Call us today and schedule your free consultation at any of our 6 NY locations.
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Divorce Isn’t So Common In NYC – But it’s nothing to Smile About If you’ve never gone through a divorce process, then you should think twice before filing for this stressful and emotionally draining ordeal. Even when it’s uncontested, divorce has tons of energy-draining issues and processes that have to be satisfactorily filled before the […]
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Well, its finally happened. After a lot of tears you have reached the point where no matter what you try there is no way to recover your marriage, no matter who’s fault it is. Luckily there are options. Some states have differing views on divorce law and they usually differ from the federal laws. Here […]
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So, you have decided to seek out a family lawyer, either for a divorce, legal separation, etc. In this article we are going to discuss some of the things you should look for when choosing your family lawyer. We will also discuss some of the most basic but essential things that need to be resolved. […]
A prenuptial agreement is very similar to insurance policies in the sense that you go to the trouble of getting one but hope you’ll never have any use for it. With the staggering number of divorces occurring in the first 7 years of marriage recently (roughly half of all couples in the most recent decade […]
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So you are finally deciding to get married. Well, has anyone mentioned a prenuptial agreement? also known as a “prenupt”. Maybe it hasn’t been brought up. You may want to take a look at some of the advantages of having a prenuptial agreement before taking that big leap into the realm of marriage. Unfortunately, asking […]
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If you are getting ready to file for divorce, or are thinking about filing, there are a few things you can do to make the process smoother. Here are ten things you can do to help prepare for your divorce settlement negotiations: 1. Organize your finances. Getting to know and understand what you own, either […]
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If Your Spouse Refuses To Pay Child Support or Maintenance You can bring a proceeding is the Supreme Court or Family Court for a support order if you do not have one. If your separation/settlement agreement or divorce judgment contains a direction to your spouse to pay maintenance or child support you can bring an […]
In the State of New York, a divorce is granted for a reason. You cannot “just get divorced.” This is because the state believes in the institution of marriage and believes that it should not be entered into, or gotten out of, lightly. For this reason, you must plead and prove something called grounds for […]