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Long Island Divorce Lawyers Answer Common Divorce Questions

As experienced divorce lawyers on Long Island, NY, we know nobody gets married expecting to get divorced, but when you make that decision, you need to ensure you have the proper representation to protect yourself, your children and your property.Divorce Lawyers Long Island, NYYou’re likely visiting our website because you’ve come to the conclusion that you and your spouse and your children (if any) will be better off, happier and more productive apart than together.

We understand that you have not reached this decision easily and that it has probably already been a long and painful process for you. Our goal is to make the process of moving on from your marriage as painless and simple as possible.

We will help you separate from your spouse as quickly, easily and inexpensively as possible while protecting all your legal rights and financial assets so that you can move forward with your life without regrets and with the confidence that you received what’s rightfully yours and didn’t give up any more or less than necessary.

Is Divorce Complicated on Long Island?

Because you didn’t intend to go this route when you were married, we understand that it can seem overly complicated and stressful to you. In actuality, the process can be as simple or as complicated as you and your spouse make it. Your agreement is simply a way to divide up the things you have in common with your spouse in an equitable way so that you can each move on with your lives. Mainly, the process addresses the legal issues of property and asset division and issues surrounding your children.

Methods of Divorce Available on Long Island, NY

Today, there are many options or methods for ending your marriage. Which one is right for you is a matter of your own personal unique situation. The most common and well-known form is known as Litigation. This is where you and your spouse settle your affairs in front of a judge in the Nassau County or Suffolk County Court system. This is normally the most time-consuming, expensive and stressful way of ending your marriage. There are a number of other methods that can be both quicker, more affordable and less stressful, including Negotiation, Collaboration, and Mediation. Click this link to learn more about the different options available to you.

Is Divorce Expensive on Long Island?

Ending your marriage does not have to be very expensive at all. The law firm of Robert E. Hornberger, P.C. works very hard to keep the cost of its services as low as possible to make them affordable for all Long Islanders. Of course, the final expense will depend upon the complexity of the case, the method you choose and you and your spouse’s willingness to come to agreement on the issues involved. Read more about how affordable your Long Island divorce can be.

Why the Divorce Lawyers at Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., P.C.?

We know you have many choices when it comes to choosing a family law attorney to represent you. There are large, divorce “factories” that have dozens of lawyers, paralegals, assistants and other staff and there are small general practice attorneys that handle divorce as a tiny percentage of cases among other practice areas like bankruptcy, criminal law, real estate, etc. Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., P.C. focuses only on Divorce and Family Law on Long Island, NY. We have set up our company to be uniquely different from other law firms you may be considering for your family law representation. We are client focused and justifiably proud of our record of accomplishment representing Long Islanders like you in the Nassau County and Suffolk County Family Court System. Read More about the Robert E. Hornberger, P.C. difference and why we’re the best choice for your Family Law case.

How Do I Get Started Talking to One of the Divorce Lawyers at Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., P.C.?

Pick up the phone and call us at 631-923-1910 or fill out the form on this page to schedule your complimentary introductory consultation with Robert E. Hornberger, Esq. himself.

Your initial consultation is a casual “get to know you” meeting where we will get to know you and learn more about the specifics of your unique situation. We can discuss all the options available to you and help you decide which is the best route for you. You’ll get to know us and we’ll get to know you. Read more about our free initial consultation here.