Divorce Lawyer in Nassau County
Experienced Legal Help with Your Divorce
Marriages are complex relationships that revolve around affection, trust, passion, caring, shared dreams, and similar interests. When one of these elements breaks down, it’s like a car not firing on all cylinders. The car can still run, but not as smoothly as it originally did. If more of these elements begin to break down, it may be time to end the relationship--at least in the intimate, spiritual, and legal sense. If you are considering filing for divorce, you are going to need sound legal advice throughout every stage of the proceedings. The experienced legal team at the Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC has been providing full service representation for divorce clients for over 20 years. For a free consultation with an experienced divorce attorney in the greater New York area, including Nassau County, Richmond County, and Suffolk Counties, please call (516) 227-5353.
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Why Do I Need a Divorce Lawyer?
Whether or not you and your spouse are on good terms, once the negotiations begin about key issues, such as child custody, asset distribution and alimony, even the most amicable couple can get drawn into costly adversarial proceedings.
The Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC is committed to providing high-quality legal representation with a special focus on client satisfaction. We value bringing our clients the peace of mind they deserve during one of the most troubling, personal circumstances. Let us represent your case to ensure that any financial and legal concerns you may have are addressed and protected. To learn about specific issues that may influence your case, please visit the following:
- Divorce (Contested and Uncontested)
- Separation and Annulment
- Child Support
- Custody and Visitation
- Maintenance (Alimony)
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
- Distribution of Assets and Debts
- Orders of Protection
Our team has substantial experience handling a variety of divorce cases. We treat each and every case with the utmost respect and will compile evidence, arguments, professional testimony and other necessary paperwork on your behalf to defend your hard-earned finances, property, child custody and more.
No one enters a marriage thinking it will end, but people do grow apart--especially when they marry young. Don’t feel bad about the dissolution of your marriage, divorce is just part of the modern world we live in. Consider these facts:
- 41 percent of first marriages end in divorce.
- 60 percent of second marriages end in divorce.
- 73 percent of third marriages end in divorce.
- The average length of a marriage that ends in divorce is eight years.
- After a divorce, people wait an average of three years to remarry (if they remarry at all).
- 30 years old is the average age for couples going through their first divorce.
- 79.6 percent of custodial mothers are awarded child support.
- Only 29.6 percent of custodial fathers are awarded child support.
- 46.9 percent of non-custodial mothers totally default on support.
- Only 26.9 percent of non-custodial fathers totally default on support.
- About one percent of the total number of currently married same-sex couples gets divorced each year.
- About two percent of married heterosexual couples get divorced each year.
Statistics on the Likelihood of Divorce
- Are your parents happily married? If so, your risk of divorce decreases by 14 percent.
- Couples who wait to marry until they are over the age of 25 are 24 percent less likely to get divorced.
- Living together before getting married can increase the chance of getting divorced by as much as 40 percent.
- If you've gone to college, your risk of divorce decreases by 13 percent.
Divorce and Children Statistics
- Couples with children is 40 percent lower divorce rate than couples without children.
- 43 percent of children growing up in America today, are being raised without fathers.
- 75 percent of children of divorced parents live with their mother.
- 28 percent of children living with a divorced parent live in a household with an income below the poverty line.
- 50 percent of all children in the U.S. will witness the breakup of a parent's marriage. Close to half of those children will also see the breakup of a parent's second marriage.
Knowledgeable and Personalized Counsel in Nassau County
Remember, the attorney that you hire to handle your case can have a significant impact on your financial and emotional well-being throughout the divorce process. We're proud to offer our clients the personalized attention they need and deserve, and handle every case in a sensitive and professional manner.
Call Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC to learn more about how our legal team may be able to support you when taking this important step toward a new life. We provide free, confidential case evaluations. Contact us at (516) 227-5353.
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