Divorce is a difficult situation, but you can get through it if you have help. With a family law attorney, you can learn how to solve problems regarding your children and assets.
Besides the separation from your spouse, you must consider custody, parenting time (visitation) with your children, support, division of property and other issues. You have questions, and you want answers. You want an experienced matrimonial and family law attorney. Bruce R. Bekritsky has 40 years of experience helping families in Mineola and the surrounding areas of New York find the right solutions to their complex family law problems.
Click on the "Divorce" box above for information on:
- Grounds for divorce
- Contested and uncontested divorce
- Divorce mediation, a better way to solve all of your problems
- Alimony, now called "maintenance"
- Property division
- What to bring to the lawyer's office
Click on the "Child Custody and Visitation" box above to answer your questions about:
- Child support
- Custody modification
- Children of divorce
- Emancipation of children
- The Children's Bill of Rights
Get answers to your questions. Call our office today at 516-712-2388 to schedule a free, in-office initial consultation.
Help With Your Matrimonial Problem
The outcome of your divorce will have a major impact on the rest of your life. We take the time to understand your concerns, so we can make sure our approach matches your needs.
Bruce R. Bekritsky will carefully assess your situation and provide realistic advice about how to proceed. His decades of experience make him well-equipped to work out an effective resolution for all aspects of divorce, including spousal maintenance (alimony) and property division.
Child Parenting Matters
Child custody — better referred to as "child residence" and "parenting time" — will affect you, your former spouse and your child until the child is 18 years old. When we work with you, your child's needs always come first. We can help you work out a parenting plan that makes sense for your family and addresses all relevant issues, including residence (custody), parenting time (visitation), child support and provision for modifications.
Call Us Today To Schedule A Free Consultation
To begin discussing your family law issue in a free, in-office 30-minute initial consultation, please call our office at 516-712-2388 to schedule an appointment. You may also request an appointment online.