Nassau County Divorce Attorneys

At Aiello & DiFalco LLP, we assist clients in Nassau County in navigating the divorce process. We have in-depth knowledge of New York domestic relations law and work strategically to achieve favorable outcomes through divorce mediation and litigation.

Recognizing that divorce can be a challenging period, particularly when minor children are affected, we will provide compassionate representation, informed guidance, and emotional support when you need it most. When you work with us, you can move on to the next chapter of your life with confidence. Get in touch with us today to speak with a skilled Nassau County divorce lawyer.

Divorce Attorney Representing Clients in Nassau County 

The possibility of divorce raises many questions: Who will retain ownership of the family home? Where will the children reside? Who will pay or receive child support? You can trust our matrimonial lawyers to find creative solutions to issues such as:

Dividing Marital Property

Under the rules of equitable distribution, marital property must be divided fairly. This includes assets like the family home, other real estate, bank accounts, retirement accounts, and other acquisitions made during the marriage. However, a fair division does not always mean an equal split. With the help of our skilled Nassau County divorce lawyer, you can protect your property rights and secure your financial future.

Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)

There are two types of spousal maintenance – temporary and post-divorce (rehabilitative maintenance). Courts may award temporary maintenance during the divorce, which ends when the case settles. The courts may also award the receiving spouse post-divorce maintenance to enable them to obtain training or education to find employment and become self-supporting. 

Child Custody

Although the courts acknowledge the equal rights of both parents, custody arrangements must prioritize the best interests of the children. Moreover, before the court grants a divorce, the parties must reach a mutual agreement regarding child custody. Ideally, joint legal custody with flexible parenting time is favored. However, if an agreement cannot be reached, our lawyers will strive to achieve the most favorable outcome for your children.

Child Support

The parent who does not have custody usually provides child support to the custodial parent to cover the child’s basic needs such as housing, clothing, and food, as well as healthcare, education, and childcare expenses. Our Nassau County lawyers are well-versed in the state’s child support calculation formula and will collaborate with you to ensure that your child has access to the required financial resources. We routinely assist our clients in establishing, revising, and enforcing child support orders.

Amicable Divorce

An amicable divorce is one in which both parties agree to end their marriage in a peaceful and cooperative manner, without unnecessary animosity or confrontation. It typically involves negotiating an equitable division of assets, determining child custody and support arrangements, and addressing other legal matters. We can offer counsel on how to navigate the process effectively and reach a mutually satisfactory agreement that protects the interests of both parties. We handle dozens of Nassau County divorces every year, most of which are amicable. 

Nassau County Divorce Mediation Attorney

Considering the significant cost and time associated with a litigated divorce, many couples choose divorce mediation. This voluntary procedure involves the parties working with a neutral third-party mediator to address their issues. 

The mediator does not represent nor offer legal advice to either side, but facilitates the negotiations and steers the parties toward a settlement. The couple retains control over decision-making and the outcome; however, they must negotiate in good faith.

At Aiello & DiFalco LLP, our lawyers are accomplished mediators with extensive experience in mediating complicated divorce cases in Nassau County. We also provide guidance to clients who have already enlisted the services of another mediator to resolve their divorce.

Nassau County Contested Divorce Attorney

When a divorce cannot be settled easily, you and your children deserve a Nassau County divorce attorney who has the experience and reputation to advocate for your interests in court. We routinely appear in Nassau County divorce matters which are contested and have litigated thousands of divorce cases in Nassau County. With an excellent reputation among judges, trust us if you need a Nassau County divorce attorney to handle your contested or litigated divorce matter.

Why Choose Us?

Marriage is often considered a lifetime commitment, but sometimes, despite the best of intentions, circumstances can change, and divorce becomes the best solution. The process of divorce can be complicated, daunting, and emotionally draining, and it’s crucial to have a capable lawyer by your side to guide you.

At Aiello & DiFalco, we understand that each divorce case is unique, and we are dedicated to helping our clients navigate the process with compassion and dignity. We know that the decision to divorce is a personal and sensitive matter, and we treat every case with the utmost confidentiality and respect.

Our team of experienced Nassau County divorce attorneys will work tirelessly to protect your rights and interests throughout the process. We are committed to providing you with a customized and compassionate approach to your case, taking into account your unique needs, goals, and concerns. By collaborating with our capable attorneys, you can confidently move forward and begin a new chapter in your life.

Contact Our Experienced Nassau County Divorce Attorneys

If you are considering divorce or have already made the decision to proceed, reach out to us today to book a consultation. Our skilled attorneys will take the time to understand your situation and provide you with the advice and guidance you need to make informed decisions about your future. Let us help you navigate this difficult time and move forward with confidence.