New York Divorce Lawyer
Whether it is drafting a prenuptial agreement, or negotiating the terms of a divorce, your New York Divorce Lawyer is here to help in all problems of Matrimonial law!
Because the Law Office of Aziz Dzhuraev handles all aspects of matrimonial law, you can be sure that no matter what your issue, we have the experience to negotiate the best result for you.
Furthermore, we have particular expertise with the issues that can arise when one of the spouses is a foreign national.
As a result, we can answer any of your questions surrounding the effect of a marriage break upon your citizenship or green card case.
Besides, we can help you and your spouse decide the best custody arrangements for your child.
Since divorce or abandonment can have severe financial and/or immigration consequences, you should not go through it without an experienced attorney on your side!
Uncontested Divorce simply means that both spouses agree to the dissolution of their marriage and that they have agreed on all terms of their divorce, including financial support, child custody, separation of property and others.
As oppose to uncontested divorces, numerous issues arise in the contested divorce proceedings. A contested divorce is a divorce in which one or both parties request the court to intervene in the economic and ancillary issues of the divorce.
Perhaps the biggest issue that people face in divorce proceedings is gets custody of the children. In New York, child custody is determined by the policy of “the best interests of the child.”
Under New York law, parents are obligated to financially support their children, and the parent without custody of the children can be compelled by court order to pay a “fair and reasonable sum”.
Premarital, or prenuptial agreements are agreements two parties enter into before the marriage primarily to resolve the economic consequences of divorce. We, New York Divorce Lawyers, will work you throughout your process.
As of 2010, New York has introduced no-fault divorce, which allows for one party of the marriage to claim an “irretrievable breakdown of the marriage” for a period of at least six months to commence an action for divorce.