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Mediation and Settlements in Long Island

Nassau County Divorce Lawyer

Mediating a divorce or legal separation usually affords the parties the least contentious path toward resolving end-of-marriage issues, not to mention the fastest and most economical one. Spouses typically each have legal representation but rather than appearing in court, they agree to appear before a mediator who may prove invaluable in helping them arrive at acceptable terms on matters such as: equitable distribution, spousal support, custody, and visitation. If mediation is not feasible, settlement of the divorce or legal separation brokered by the parties' attorneys is still generally preferable to litigation.

If you are in the unfortunate position of being at the end of your marriage but prefer to avoid the pain and cost of litigating all of the issues, a Long Island family law attorney at The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. can help. We can first assess the best overall approach to your divorce. We can help you understand your rights and obligations regarding your assets and your children as well as advise you on how a court would likely rule and steer you to that outcome without the trauma involved with going down that road. The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. favors amicable resolutions when possible because the best way to move toward peace and harmony after the marriage is to avoid a contentious trial.

Divorce Mediation & Settlement in Queens, Nassau & Suffolk Counties

Our law firm handles divorce mediation and settlement for families throughout Suffolk County, Nassau County and Queens County, New York. We understand that addressing the end of a marriage is an often arduous task. Our goal is to help make it easier by providing attorney representation based upon your unique needs and concerns. In reaching a resolution through mediation or negotiation, our objective is to help you avoid the time, expense and emotional trauma that are often experienced with a courtroom divorce.

Contact a divorce lawyer at our offices to talk about how reaching a settlement or choosing mediation may help you and your family.