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Nassau County & Suffolk County Divorce Attorney

Skilled Divorce Lawyer in Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Today, approximately 50% of all first marriages will end in divorce, and those statistics are even worse for second or subsequent marriages. Sadly, most people who get married to the love of their life never expect that their marriage will one day end in divorce. If your marriage is one of the many that has not withstood the stresses of everyday life, than you are not alone. Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law is dedicated to helping people navigate through the legal waters of divorce as painlessly as possible.

Historically, going through a divorce is expected to be one of the most stressful and traumatic experiences an adult will ever have to go through. Considering how much time, energy and effort goes into building a marriage, and a family, it's understandable that breaking up would be an extremely emotional and devastating experience for the parties involved. While divorce may be the best solution in your situation, even when it's the best decision it can still be a highly volatile process. For this reason, it's absolutely critical to enlist the services of a seasoned Nassau County and Suffolk County divorce attorney. Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law has been in private practice for nearly 30 years, and we have helped innumerable individuals reach successful outcomes in their divorces al throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

Divorce Areas of Practice

Although no two divorces are identical, most of them will have the same core issues that will have to be fully addressed. Such issues include debt division, asset division and matters associated with property division / equitable distribution. In some cases, a judge will award alimony / maintenance to one of the spouses. Where there are children involved, the parents will have to decide upon child custody, visitation and child support. If the parents cannot come to an agreement on such matters, the court will have to step in and decide for them. In virtually all cases, the court will make its decisions based on what's in the best interest of the children.

The attorneys at Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law can handle all types of divorce related matters including crafting a workable separation agreement for those couples who choose not to divorce right away, or at all. We also have extensive experience in handling same-sex divorce cases in New York. Whether you have a high net worth divorce case, or if you want to learn more about New York State laws and grounds for divorce, we are confident that our legal team can provide you with all the information you need to proceed forward with your legal matter. No matter how amicable your divorce may appear in the beginning, it's critical that you seek out your own legal representation, the reason being because divorce proceedings are rarely predictable, and one cannot always control the behavior of their spouse.

As a mother of two children herself, founding attorney Sari M. Friedman understands the importance of making the divorce process as smooth as possible. Our attorneys are caring and compassionate and will always look out for your best interest through the legal process; however, should matters take a turn for the worse, we will zealously stand up for your rights while pursuing your objectives at all times.

Contact a Nassau County & Suffolk County divorce attorney from Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law today!

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Child Custody
Child Support
Fathers' Rights
Grounds for Divorce
High Net Worth
Property Division / Equitable Distribution
Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
Same-Sex Divorce
Separation Agreements

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