I urge my clients and the attorney that is representing my client’s spouse to aim at achieving a fair, reasonable and equitable solution to disputed marital concerns. When spouses seek a New York divorce and cannot agree on such components as grounds for divorce, child custody, child visitation, child support, spousal support, distribution of marital property, what assets are separate assets for each spouse as well as other factors, the New York divorce becomes contested. A contested divorce leads to more litigation, more time, increased attorney fees and expenses and much more distress and tension between the parties. If you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement as to the terms and conditions of a divorce, we will wage a strong, intelligent, legal fight in the appropriate New York Supreme Court or Family Court to obtain a just and equitable result. ​

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