Options & Methods of Divorce
What are my Divorce Options?
Today, there are many options, methods and strategies to end your marriage and legally divorce. Which one is right for you depends upon your unique family situation.
If you have no children and few assets and/or debts and you and your spouse have an amicable relationship (you can speak to each other to work out the issues involved in end your marriage), your divorce can be concluded relatively quickly and inexpensively.
If, on the other hand, you have complex financial holdings, large debts, multiple children, and you and your spouse are not speaking to each other, your divorce can become quite complex and will likely take some time to resolve. In all cases, however, we work with you to resolve your case as quickly and inexpensively as possible while protecting your rights now and into the future.
Types of Divorce
Below are links to more information about some of the most common types of divorce available to you in New York. The attorneys at Robert E. Hornberger, P.C. have extensive experience and training in protecting the rights and interests of our clients in Nassau and Suffolk County Courts in each and every one of these divorce methods. Which one is right for you will depend upon your unique circumstances. We are very happy to discuss your options, help educate you on the particulars of each method and how they would pertain to your unique circumstances and help you decide which solution might be best for you at a free complimentary consultation at our offices in Melville, NY. To learn more about your divorce or family law options, contact us at 631-923-1910.
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