Long Island Family Law Firm Helps Clients Tackle Tough Challenges
Firm with offices in Hauppauge and Garden City offers legal counsel for divorce, child custody and support issues
Dealing with family legal issues can be extremely difficult, but hiring the right Long Island family law attorney can ease your stress and make a significant positive difference in the outcome. At Tabat, Cohen, Blum, Yovino, & Diesa, PC, our supportive, capable staff of legal professionals ushers your case from initial consultation through to its resolution, answering your questions and addressing your concerns throughout the process. Located in Garden City and Hauppauge, we are committed to providing the highest level of professional representation for situations relating to divorce, parenting issues and other domestic legal challenges.
Effective New York attorneys handle property division and alimony terms
Our Long Island divorce attorneys assist Nassau and Suffolk County residents with every facet of the New York marriage dissolution process, including:
- Child custody and visitation rights — Nothing is more important than establishing appropriate child custody arrangements when parents of minors break up. We draw on more than 150 years of combined experience to find the right solutions to challenges pertaining to legal authority, residence and visitation schedules.
- Distribution of personal property, bank accounts, stocks and other assets — Nearly every asset that spouses accumulate over the course of their marriage must be divided once the union is legally terminated. Under New York’s equitable distribution law, judges can divide bank accounts, investments and other assets based on what they think is fair rather than splitting the value down the middle. As litigators with an extensive background handling high net worth divorces, we have the ability to simplify complex matters and pursue a favorable result for you.
- Division of marital debts — Like assets, marital debts are also allocated among divorcing spouses. If you have a mortgage or some other financial obligation, our firm will assess each side’s position and make every effort to secure a fair outcome.
- Temporary and post-divorce spousal maintenance — A wife or husband who has relied on their spouse to earn most or all of the household income might be entitled to support payments while the divorce is pending and after the marriage. After reviewing the facts in your case, we’ll advise how New York’s law on spousal maintenance might be applied.
- Sale or possession of the marital home — Your marital home might be your most valuable possession, but whether you remain in the residence, let your spouse take over the deed or sell it outright, there are serious legal and financial issues that we can help you address.
If a reasonable agreement cannot be reached through substantive negotiations, we represent you in litigation and fight aggressively for your best interests.
Thorough litigators pursue needed modifications to Family Court orders
Not all terms of a divorce agreement stand forever. Grandparents or new stepparents may vie for child visitation, child support orders may require enforcement or modification and, in unfortunate cases where things turn threatening, restraining orders may be necessary. The Long Island divorce attorneys at Tabat, Cohen, Blum, Yovino & Diesa, PC have the knowledge and experience to handle any matrimonial or divorce matter that arises. Our clients have included spouses, parents, stepparents, grandparents and other family members throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties. Our focus is on complex divorce cases involving significant assets, but we are prepared to assist clients in a broad range of divorce and matrimonial law matters.
Contact an experienced New York family law attorney to discuss your situation
Tabat, Cohen, Blum, Yovino & Diesa, PC advises clients throughout Long Island on all types of family law concerns. To schedule an appointment regarding your options, please call 631-587-5100 or contact us online. We have offices in Garden City and Hauppauge.