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Our Experienced Long Island Divorce Attorneys Affordably &, Aggressively Represent Complex & Simple Divorce & Family Law Cases in Nassau County & Suffolk County
The Long Island Divorce Attorneys at Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., P.C. serve clients throughout Nassau County and Suffolk County with the finest representation for their divorce or family law matters. Our mid-sized Long Island Divorce Law Firm is neither a boutique, high-end law firm with exorbitant rates, nor a “divorce factory”, churning out impersonal divorce papers day-after-day with little concern for its clients. We are a family law firm that cares about every one of our clients and works hard to get them the best results possible.
What Makes Our Long Island Divorce Law Firm Unique
Long Island Divorce Lawyers Recognized for Caring, Compassionate Solutions for All Divorce & Family Law Clients
Built upon caring, compassionate concern for you and your family, the family law attorneys at our firm have been recognized by our clients and peers for providing solutions that fit the needs of our clients, whether that’s Uncontested Divorce, Divorce Mediation for amicable spouses, or aggressive divorce litigation for more complex cases.
We understand this is a tumultuous time for you and your family and we’ll work to help make this major life transition as smooth as possible. Every case is unique and personal to us and we will work to resolve your case as quickly and painlessly as possible.
When you need an aggressive family law attorney who is going to fight for your rights as if they were our own, you want the divorce lawyers at Robert E. Hornberger. Esq., P.C. No matter how many cases we have handled, each one is personal to us and we will work as hard we can to get you the best results. Sometimes there’s just no way out of litigating your divorce in a Nassau County or Suffolk County court. If you have to go to court, you want to be represented by an attorney that has the skills, experience and resources to protect your rights and assets as well those of your children. Litigated divorce cases can become very complex. Our experienced divorce attorneys aggressively litigate complex cases in Nassau County and Suffolk County courts on a daily basis. We understand the intricacies of New York’s equitable distribution laws and will protect your financial interests to the fullest extent of the law. We know the strengths and weaknesses of opposing attorneys, and the preferences of judges and court staff and will use that experience to ensure you get the best outcome possible in your unique circumstances. When you have to fight, you want the aggressive representation of Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., P.C.
We are in Nassau County and Suffolk County courtrooms every day. We know the intricacies and attitudes of every judge and every attorney and will use that knowledge to your benefit. We are committed to staying on top of the latest legal decisions in New York, and especially as it’s practiced on Long Island. We provide regular, noteworthy advice in our weekly divorce law blog articles to provide you with the latest developments in Long Island divorce law. We’ve even published a book with all the information you need to know before you hire a divorce lawyer. Download the “Guide to New York Divorce: What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Divorce Lawyer in New York” by Robert E. Hornberger, Esq.
There’s no substitute for experience. You need both the current knowledge of the law and the experience of how to apply that knowledge to get the best results. The staff at Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., P.C. have over 40 years of experience in Family law matters.
It’s simple: we don’t like to lose. It’s a point of personal pride to not let another attorney get the better of us, including attorneys who try to drag out the process to drive up their fees. We know you want to put this experience behind you and we will do everything in our power to resolve your case as quickly as possible. You can have confidence that we’ll do everything in our power to get you the best result to protect your rights today, and for your future.
The devil is in the details. This is law, after all. It’s critical that every “t” is crossed and every “i” is dotted to ensure your divorce agreement will stand up over time. Perfection is a discipline instilled by our founder and reinforced every day.
OTHER QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE
5 Ways Our Long Island Divorce Law Firm is Unique
#1. We don’t take “No” for an answer.
Results matter and we care about achieving the best possible outcome for our clients.
#2. We aren’t afraid to say “No.”
Our integrity is everything. We don’t tell our clients what they want to hear, we tell our clients the truth.
#3. We aren’t afraid of the word “Trial.”
Most lawyers in this area tell their clients that they’re trial attorneys but they really aren’t. If necessary, this firm takes cases to trial to get it’s clients the best outcome.
#4. We don’t let anyone mess with our clients’ rights to their children.
If you interfere with our clients’ rights we will take you to court right away.
#5. There are Rules and they must be followed.
We don’t tolerate litigants, other attorneys or even sometimes judges avoiding following the rules of court.
“We were looking for a divorce that was as economical & fast as possible. Robert Hornberger gave us exactly what we needed. He conducted himself professionally at all times. He didn’t waste any time. He made the process easy and skillfully guided us through any disagreements. He saw us in the evening so we didn’t have to miss work. I have never been to court and he was very thorough with his instructions about what to do so all would run smoothly. Everything did go smoothly. I highly recommend Robert.”
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What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Divorce Lawyer
Our new, free, 41-page “Guide to New York Divorce: What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Divorce Lawyer in New York” provides you with real information on the divorce process and the laws it rests upon. After reading this book, you will be able to meet with your divorce attorney confidently knowing the right questions to ask and well-prepared for the road that lies ahead.
In This Guide You’ll LEARN …
- How to Know if It’s Time for a Divorce
- Divorce or Legal Separation: Which is Right for Me?
- What are the Grounds for Divorce in New York State?
- How to Find the Right Divorce Lawyer
- What Are Your Child Custody Options
- The Ins & Outs of Child Support on Long Island
- Do I Have to Pay Spousal Maintenance?
- How Does ‘Equitable Distribution’ Effect My Divorce?
- What Other Options Do I Have to End My Marriage?
- How Do I Move On & Enjoy a Healthy Life After My Long Island Divorce?
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“I highly recommend Robert to anyone needing a divorce lawyer. He is very detail-oriented. He included and addressed everything that I never would have thought necessary in the stipulation. He is available, tough and able to communicate in the best way to every type of personality. Signed, sealed, delivered in record time. A new life for me with no errors or regrets. The best money I ever spent!”
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