Divorce

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Divorce Attorney In New York

If you are considering divorce, contact an attorney from the Law Offices of Iannuzzi and Iannuzzi to discuss the details involved. Our lawyers are able to walk you through the various scenarios so that you can be informed as to your rights, and make an informed decision about the future of your marriage. Please call our office to make an appointment to speak to someone today.

Divorce Defined

Divorce is the dissolution of marriage, and it can involve a host of related issues, such as the separation of property, child custody, and more. These situations range from the simple to complex, but having legal representation can help you make sure your assets are protected, and you receive fair consideration for your rights throughout the process.

Our Legal Assistance

The lawyers at our firm have dealt with all kinds of matrimonial disputes, ranging from those which went smoothly and easily to those that resulted in court battles.

If you are considering divorce, a discussion proceedings can contribute to an informed decision; particularly in this day and age where, in the State of New York, no fault divorce has been approved by the legislature. [New York is the last State in the United States to approve such liberalization of the divorce laws.]

If you decide divorce is the only answer to resolve your marital conflicts, seeking the legal advice and guidance of an experienced attorney will protect your rights as well as your long-term financial and emotional health.

Divorces are never pleasant, but if handled with the tact and sensitivity of an experienced divorce attorney who advocates on your behalf, they can be relatively painless.

Additional Information

If you are facing the prospect of divorce, you are dealing with a great deal of anxiety and uncertainty about finances, living situations and the future you will share with your children. When substantial assets are at stake, it is important to
carefully address complicated tax planning, property division and support issues to protect your best interests.

When a couple has no children, little or no marital property, no issues of alimony, spouses can generally arrive at a marital settlement and obtain a relatively quick divorce. Most divorces, however, are quite different and involve varying degrees of complexity.

Let our legal team help you navigate through this process. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you.
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