Benefits of Avoiding a Contested Divorce in NY
Alternatives to Contested Divorce
When divorce is the only option, it can be a long process full of emotional
upheaval when it is contested. Divorces that are addressed in court not
only are difficult but also are more expensive. When the court is in the
position that they are forced to make decisions about a
divorce with regard to:
It is far more beneficial to all parties involved to seek an alternative to a
contested divorce, whether through
mediation or a settlement made between the parties before going to court. Not only are these agreements
usually better, they are less likely to require further legal action in
the future, as the two former partners have come to the agreement themselves
and have not had it enforced upon them by the court.
Protecting Your Children From a Drawn Out Divorce
There is another important aspect to finding an alternative to a contested
divorce, which are the children involved. A bitterly contested divorce
is hard on children. It is in their best interests to try to come to an
agreement between the two of you. There is help available from a Long
Island divorce lawyer who can take action to assist you to achieve your
goals in your divorce through mediation or negotiating with the opposing
attorney to settle the urgent matters without taking them to court.
Divorce Lawyer Serving Long Island, Nassau, Suffolk & Queens Counties
Our legal team is committed to seeking the outcome that you want in your
divorce. Our firm has long experience in helping those who need divorce
come to a fair resolution through negotiations. We understand that a contested
divorce is a grueling and unpleasant process and do all we can to bring
the matters to a close without fighting a court battle, which is costly
and emotionally draining.
In cases in which the other party refuses to compromise and makes unreasonable
demands, and there is no alternative to a contested divorce,
The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. and our legal team will be more than prepared to protect your interests
when we go to court.
Contact a Long Island Divorce Lawyer
When Looking for an Alternative to a Contested Divorce.