Divorce, custody, child support, and alimony cases are all tough fights to fight. The process is emotionally charged. It may feel like your very being is in peril. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. A strong, experienced, methodical attorney can be the difference between prolonged chaos and a speedy return to normalcy.
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If you’re going through a divorce, you probably have a lot on your mind. R. Stepanian Law Firm can guide you through your divorce so that you can focus on moving forward with your life.
R. Stepanian Law Firm’s services include the following:
- Prenuptial Agreement
- Post-nuptial Agreement
- Contestant Divorces
- Uncontested Divorce
- Equitable Distribution
- Marital Property Distribution
- Review existing prenuptial agreements
- Help you resolve child custody and visitation disputes
- Fight to keep your parental rights intact
Our firm provides every client with personal attention on their case. Since our office aims to find a timely resolution to your matter, you may have the opportunity to move past a difficult relationship.
R. Stepanian Law Firm could arrange for a favorable distribution of assets when you and your partner are separating. Our firm has convenient appointments in the evening and over the weekend, so if you’d like to speak with a New York, NY, divorce attorney about your legal matters, contact our office today.
- Be honest with your attorney. You’re protected by the attorney/client privilege.
- When your attorney requests information or documents from you, respond quickly and make sure you’ve given him all his asked for. Help him, help you.
- Make a list of all property you (and your spouse) own.
- Gather financial documents. (Tax returns, bank statements, securities account information, corporate records, partnership agreements, real estate transaction documents, etc.)
- List all the activities you participate in with your children.
- Make a monthly budget for your household.
- Do not involve your children in the divorce.
- Do not argue with your spouse. Your attorney will do the fighting for you.
- Do not speak negatively about your spouse to or near your children.
- Unless directed by your attorney, do not change the locks to your home.
- Divorcing your spouse is an emotionally charged process. Try not to get overly emotional around your children: Their sense of insecurity is at stake.
- Do not deny your spouse access to the children, unless your attorney has advised you otherwise. Or, there is a compelling reason to do so (i.e. domestic violence, abuse, etc.)