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Divorce Attorney in New York

Divorce Law Firm in Nassau County

Are you contemplating filing for divorce from your spouse? Have you been served with divorce papers from a marital partner? If so, Darlene T. Treston, Attorney at Law is here to help. Our firm understands the confusing emotions that you might be experiencing at this time and we are here to help you work through them with as much ease as possible.

Whether you are initiating a divorce or you have been asked to sign divorce papers, the process is highly sensitive on either side of a divorce. It is important to understand, however, that there are laws that have been implemented to protect you, your spouse, and your children even in the midst of a legal separation.

Many factors determine the direction and outcome of a divorce in New York. Accordingly, it is wise that you seek legal counsel from a Nassau County divorce lawyer at our firm. Before entering into your divorce, we highly encourage you to inform yourself of the general laws in New York that will play a decisive role in the process of legally dissolving your marriage.

Grounds for Divorce in New York

If you are considering divorce in Nassau County, your decision can either be founded on at-fault or no-fault grounds. In either case, couples must strongly consider the effect of the divorce on any children involved in the marriage. By initiating a divorce with this thought in mind, couples can better prepare themselves for the processes that will ensure within the family courts of New York.

In order to file for divorce, you must fulfill the following requirements:

  • New York residency requirement of at least one consecutive year
  • Proof of fault, such as adultery, abandonment, marital fraud, cruel or abusive treatment, or imprisonment
  • Agreement of separation for at least one year
  • Declaration of irreconcilable differences or breakdown of marriage

You should enlist the help of an attorney as you carefully consider your approach to filing or completing a divorce in Nassau County. Doing so will allow you to determine the necessary steps for establishing plans for custody and support of any children involved in the marriage. Discussing the grounds upon which your marriage will be dissolved and selecting the right reasoning for your case could increase your chances of being declared the primary custodial parent of your children.

We can help you with your divorce. Call us today!

Divorce complaints must be submitted in the county in which you or your spouse lives. We provide our legal assistance in counties throughout New York, including Nassau County, Suffolk County, and Garden City. We strongly suggest that you enlist the services of an experienced and knowledgeable divorce lawyer before proceeding any further with your divorce or family law case.

If you feel as though your divorce could cause potential child support and custody issues, or may need mediation, a lawyer can help you effectively prepare for your case and inform you of the laws that may affect your family during legal procedures. At Darlene T. Treston, Attorney at Law, we offer a free case evaluation to every new client, during which time the client can speak one-on-one with us about the details of their case.

Contact a Nassau County divorce attorney from Darlene T. Treston, Attorney at Law today. We can assist you thorough your divorce by handling your legal matters efficiently while you focus on living your life. Call us now!

Contact Darlene T. Treston, Attorney at Law Today!

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