Long Island Family Law Attorneys
Our firm serves all of Long Island including Nassau County.
For over 20 years, the Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC have helped numerous individuals, couples and families throughout Long Island find the solutions they need when encountering life’s difficulties. Our attorneys understand that the issues governed by family law can be extremely emotional and complex, which is why we are proud to offer each and every client the strong legal guidance and aggressive representation needed to achieve the best possible outcomes.
If you are seeking unparalleled representation regarding any family law matters in the great New York area, including Nassau County in Long Island, our skilled team can begin working on your case immediately. Call 516-227-5353 516-227-5353 to set up a free and comprehensive case evaluation. We will provide the information and insight you need to make an informed decision about your future.
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Admitted in New York
Judicial Department U.S. District Court for
the Eastern District
of New York U.S. District Court for
the Southern District
of New York Matrimonial Mediator:
Nassau County Special
Master-Neutral Evaluation Matrimonial Arbitrator:
Nassau County Supreme
Court Fee Dispute Panel Nassau County
Mineola, NY The American
Our Areas of Expertise
Whether you are considering a divorce. need assistance determining child support or have been looking to adopt. the lawyers at the Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC are committed to helping our clients reach swift resolutions through cost-effective methods. We do not rest on our past successes, but continue to take a proactive and competitive approach to remaining unrivaled in the areas we practice.
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Strength and Conviction
At the Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC, we represent our clients with the firm belief that our attorneys must have a deep, nuanced understanding of the complex nature of family law and the ability to fully appreciate each client’s unique circumstances and needs. Without careful attention and consistent communication with our clients, our team would be no different than any other run-of-the-mill firm.
- How is Separation Different from Divorce? A: In the eyes of New York State, separation means you are technically still married. All the rights and responsibilities that come with marriage are still intact
- How is custody decided? A: The overriding consideration is always the child’s best interests, although that can be hard to determine. Often, the main factor is which parent has been the child’s primary caretaker
- When is Divorce Mediation Necessary? A: Even though the parties may agree on the broad outlines of their divorce or separation, many issues must be worked through before an agreement is reached that will be in accordance with New York law
- Why Do I Need a Divorce Lawyer? A: 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
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