Experienced Guidance Through The Divorce Process
Divorce is a challenging and often emotional experience for all involved. When you are facing divorce, you need a law firm on your side that will advocate for your rights and protect your future.
At Sallah & Fig Law, P.L.L.C.,, we understand the questions and concerns you may have about divorce. Our attorneys offer responsive divorce representation in Suffolk County and the surrounding areas that is efficient, effective and ethical. We work tirelessly to keep informed as to the status of your case, and we let you know what to expect along the way.
Handling All Aspects Of Your Divorce
Using more than 20 years of legal experience, our firm can assist you in finding a solution to all divorce-related issues, including:
- Property division: Equitable division of marital property can be complicated and require a great deal of effort to ensure all property and assets are properly valued. Once values have been assigned, assets will be divided equitably and fairly but not necessarily 50-50.
- Spousal support: Also sometimes known as alimony or spousal maintenance, spousal support is the amount of money paid to one spouse by the other. The courts take into account a variety of factors, such as the length of the marriage, the ages of the parties, the contributions of the parties to the marriage and more, when determining if spousal support is required and, if so, what amount should be paid.
- Child custody and visitation: Whether you are seeking joint or sole custody, or you have questions about legal and physical custody, we can take the time to explain all of your custody and visitation options and what each choice will mean for your family.
- Child support: In New York, child support is determined according to a statute-set formula. We have a thorough understanding of these guidelines and can help you understand your obligations and rights in child support matters.
Poised Handling Of Highly Contested Cases
In some divorces, the issues become the center of arguments between the parties. As these issues escalate, it may be necessary to mobilize a team of professionals who can step in and assist. These professionals can include guardians ad litem in hotly contested or parental alienation cases; business valuation experts when closely held businesses need to be divided; accounting experts to uncover all marital accounts and assets; and others.
Get The Information You Need
To learn more about all of the aspects of the divorce process and what you can expect, schedule a free consultation at our office. Call a lawyer at our firm today at (631) 736-0500 or contact us online.