As an experienced New York attorney, Jerold Slate can provide you with good and well reasoned legal advice about settling or litigating your divorce.
Settling or Litigating a New York Divorce
Settling a New York Divorce Case
When you and your spouse can agree on all of the terms and conditions of your divorce, you can settle your divorce without a trial. Each settlement and the terms and conditions of a divorce settlement are discussed with you and the attorney for your spouse. Through skillful analysis, discussions, understanding of the law, your marital circumstances, parental relationship with children, your financial circumstances and your spouse's financial circumstances we seek to arrive at a fair, just, reasonable and intelligent solution and seek to avoid much of the emotional aspects that are part of many divorces. We seek to reduce the expenses and fees to litigate a divorce case and conduct a trial. We seek to reduce the time, the court appearances and the distress and tension of a court room trial in a divorce case.
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Litigating a New York Divorce Case
When your divorce case cannot be settled because all of the terms and conditions cannot be agreed upon by you and your spouse, then litigating all or part of your divorce case becomes essential. As an experienced New York lawyer I will protect your legal rights from start to finish with respect to all aspects of your divorce. I have the experience to obtain information relevant to your divorce through legal procedures and to help effectively present your case and your concerns to the judge.
If your spouse is unwilling to enter into a fair, reasonable and just settlement concerning any of the components of your divorce case, and you or your spouse want the judge to decide the terms and conditions of your divorce, I will present your case to the judge for hearings and trial to obtain a fair, just and reasonable resolution. After consulting with Jerold Slate, attorney and counselor at law, and obtaining the necessary and essential information, you will be able to decide whether to enter into a settlement agreement with your spouse or to litigate your divorce case and have the judge decide the terms and conditions of your divorce.
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