Long Island Divorce Attorney Leads You Through the New York Divorce Process

Offering compassionate assistance, aggressive advocacy and reasonable divorce attorney rates

After more than 29 years of family law practice, Simonetti & Associates provide the quality service that Nassau and Suffolk County residents want from a divorce attorney. When facing an impending divorce in Garden City, Huntington, Massapequa, Oyster Bay, or Brookville, we understand the importance of legal counsel that is:

  • Respectful
  • Empathetic
  • Transparent
  • Provides Clear Communication
  • Knowledgeable of New York State Law
  • Experienced
  • Committed to their Client
  • Reasonably Priced

We know that the prospect of divorce is intimidating, so we do everything we can to take the pressure off. Starting with a free, no-obligation consultation.

During the consultation at our Woodbury Office we will:

  • Take the time to listen and fully understand your concerns
  • Make sure you understand the legal process
  • Thoroughly explain the different options for dissolving your marriage

This is the perfect opportunity to ask questions from an expert divorce attorney. Common questions include:

  • How long does a divorce in New York take to be processed?
  • How much does a Long Island Divorce cost?

Our divorce attorneys will be able to analyze the merits of your case and will very likely give you an expert opinion of the predicted time and costs involved.

Following this, you will be given an orientation to our Woodbury firm’s day to day operations. By giving you full disclosure, you can leave knowing that you’ll be able to conveniently access your attorney while trusting that they will be working hard on your case.

A brief overview of New York divorce

In 2010, New York became a no-fault state. Now, a spouse can petition for divorce by attesting that the marital relationship has been irretrievably broken for at least six months. This prevents the petitioner from having to prove other grounds, which could damage that person’s reputation, and waiting throughout a prolonged separation. But filing no-fault does not guarantee an amicable or uncontested divorce. There are many issues that the couple must resolve including:

  • Division of Assets including property and investment accounts
  • Division of Debts including mortgages and other liabilities
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Maintenance or Alimony

Couples who are able to negotiate a settlement for these aspects of their divorce can present the court with a settlement agreement. If the court approves, the uncontested divorce is final. A disagreement however on any single issue could obstruct the process, leading to a contested divorce. That can mean further negotiation, mediation, or litigation of these issues in court.

 

Don’t stay with a law firm that isn’t serving your needs

It’s ironic that so many spouses, who are trying to end one unsatisfying and frustrating relationship, wind up in another — with their divorce lawyer! If you are currently represented by another lawyer, but feel you’re not being served, trust your gut and get a new attorney!  Moving on is actually easier than you might think. You don’t even have to make that uncomfortable phone call; we will do it for you. Divorce your divorce attorney and get the quality legal service you deserve!

Long Island clients who sign with us, stay with us. They know we’re working diligently, effectively, and cost-efficiently on their behalf. Join us for a free, no-obligation consultation, and if you think you’d be better served here, we can help you transition seamlessly to our firm.

We’ve helped people from communities all over Long Island get their lives back; from Western Nassau to the East End, from the North Shore to the South Shore, we are here to serve you!

Contact our Long Island attorneys today for a free consultation regarding your divorce options

Simonetti & Associates provides affordable, high-quality legal representation for all aspects of New York divorce. If you’re in the beginning stages of a divorce, or if you’re unhappy with the attorney currently handling your case, contact us online or call us at 877-385-2560 today to arrange your free consultation.