Divorce and separating from a spouse can be daunting. It entails not only difficult emotional struggles but often complicated legal matters including how to division of marital property, whether or not alimony (spousal support) will be demanded, and of course, custody and child support issues, as well other issues that often arise in a Suffolk County divorce.
Retaining a Long Island divorce lawyer accustomed to navigating these issues is essential to obtaining the outcome you desire. Louis Sternberg is an experienced and recognized Long Island divorce attorney who can help by explaining the divorce law in New York, your options, and what to expect when going through a divorce in Suffolk County or Nassau County. Contact Louis Sternberg, Esq., an experienced family law and divorce lawyer, for a free consultation.
A LONG ISLAND DIVORCE LAWYER HERE TO HELP
A Hauppauge divorce attorney can explain how to file for divorce Suffolk or Nassau, including protecting your financial interests and custody matters. New York is now a “no-fault” jurisdiction, meaning that if either spouse alleges an “irretrievable breakdown” in the marital relationship, then you are entitled to divorce in New York, assuming you meet other jurisdictional requirements.
It is important for your Hauppauge divorce lawyer to explain how the court identifies and treats marital property in a divorce in New York as opposed to how separate property is treated. Generally, the New York Courts treat property acquired before and during the marriage differently, but, of course, there are any number of exceptions and caveats on how the court will treat such items, including, real estate and retirement accounts in a divorce on Long Island. A Long Island, New York family law attorney will guide through the various court appearances and potential trial associated with a contested divorce as well as the process, negotiating and drafting of a settlement agreement in an New York uncontested divorce.