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There are always many decisions that need to be made when a couple decides to divorce. Even when both parties consent to legally ending their marriage, agreements will need to be reached regarding property distribution, maintenance, and other important issues. A Long Island divorce lawyer can explain the divorce process and work out a divorce plan that lays out the steps that will need to be taken regarding the dissolution of your marriage.

Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C. is a respected family law firm that can provide competent legal advice and representation in divorce and family matters such as legal separation, no fault divorce, pre and postnuptial agreements, domestic partnership, equitable distribution, spousal support, child custody, child support, visitation, physical custody, sole legal custody, joint legal custody, modification of child custody, and modification of child support agreements.

Our attorneys are also knowledgeable in child support guidelines, qualifying for spousal support, successful parenting after divorce, women's divorce rights, fathers' rights, grandparents' rights, paternity, divorce mediation, parental alienation, domestic violence, anti-bullying , and orders of protection,

We proudly service clients throughout the area, including in the following localities:

We will take the time to answer all of your questions regarding divorce so that you understand exactly what will take place before and after your petition is filed. Our firm provides personalized service to clients in all divorce-related matters, and is adept at complex divorce cases. We strive to protect you legally and financially at all times, and can be relied upon to seek mutually agreed-upon solutions that are in your best interests.

Contact our divorce lawyers at Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C. and schedule your complimentary consultation today!

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