A White Plains Divorce Lawyer Who Believes in the Importance of the Family
It is an unfortunate but inevitable fact: almost half of the marriages in the United States end in divorce. At the Law Offices of Nicholas P. Barone, we are familiar with all aspects of divorce and the impact it can have on you and your children. Contact us to gain an important confidante and legal advocate.
Because of his deep commitment to family and all it stands for, Mr. Barone wants to help as many people as possible find resolutions to their family problems. We offer anyone considering divorce an initial consultation with our lawyer. Mr. Barone is more than just a White Plains, New York, divorce attorney; he considers himself a "counselor at law," devoted to finding the best possible solution to people's family law problems.
If, after listening carefully to your situation and needs, it becomes apparent that there is no alternative to divorce, Mr. Barone will offer the highest caliber of legal representation. He will fight hard for your rights throughout the divorce proceedings.
File for Divorce in Westchester County, New York, With the Help of an Accessible and Responsive Lawyer
In the past 20 years, Mr. Barone has become a top-quality New York divorce attorney. He is always accessible and responsive to his clients' needs, always ready with the guidance and legal support that you need when undergoing the trauma of divorce. Visit our testimonials page to read the comments of just a few satisfied clients.
Legal Issues Associated With Divorce
In addition to understanding the emotional impact of divorce on the family, New York divorce attorney Nicholas P. Barone is thoroughly acquainted with all the relevant legal issues that will affect his clients both now and in the years to come. For example, under New York law, a couple that wishes to divorce must establish one of the recognized grounds for divorce, which include irretrievable breakdown of the marriage or "no-fault" divorce (if filed after October 12, 2010), as well as cruel and inhumane treatment, imprisonment, abandonment, adultery, and a contractual or court-issued separation agreement that has been in effect for more than one year.
Some of the other issues to consider when filing divorce papers include:
For more information, please see our Divorce FAQ.
Divorce Help in New York
Whether you face legal separation or marriage dissolution in the tri-state area, mediated divorce offers a quicker, less adversarial and money-saving way to resolve the important issues. We will guide you through the process where you, not a judge, make the decisions that affect your life moving forward.
Contact Us for Experienced Divorce Assistance
To file for divorce in Westchester County, New York, or the surrounding areas, contact us or call 914-517-3610 to arrange for a confidential consultation with a knowledgeable, caring divorce lawyer. From our White Plains, New York, offices we also serve clients from the Bronx to Yonkers and nearby areas.