Brentwood, Suffolk County, New York
Most people in Brentwood, Suffolk County, spend the majority of their lives hoping never to encounter the court systems near their local town or jurisdiction. After all, the process of attending Supreme or Family court in Suffolk County is rarely a reason to celebrate. Unfortunately, the truth is that most of us will end up having to deal with the legal system in one way or another during the course of our lifetime - whether it's for a positive adjustment such as changing your name, or even adopting a child, or an emotional case like divorce, or child custody. When it comes to the legal system, family law is probably one of the most complex areas to deal with, as the very nature of these cases involve relationships that can spark feelings of distress, anxiety, and sadness. That's why it's always important to seek help from an experienced family lawyer to help you navigate the various nuances of your case.
A commonly cited area of family law, and indeed an area that many family lawyers manage - is the realm of divorce. If you are thinking about filing for divorce, then you should know that you're certainly not the first person who has recognized a flaw in their marriage that simply can't be fixed. As upsetting as the concept of breaking up with your partner can be, the truth is that around 50% of all the married couples in the United States will end up getting a divorce at some point or another. In comparison, the rate of divorce in New York is actually lower than most of the rest of the country. For those who live in the Hamlet of Brentwood, within the town of Islip in Suffolk County, New York, 61.2% of the 60,664 residents recorded in 2010 were married. Since that time, information taken from Stasticalatlas.com shows that 34% are now married, with 9% of women divorced, and 6% of men divorced from spouses.
While looking at the numbers surrounding divorce in the area of Brentwood can give some peace of mind to locals who simply want to know that they're not alone in their current experience - the truth is that it's difficult to draw much information from these statistics alone. Regardless of where you live, you'll find that the rates of divorce and marriage remain largely the same - as geography doesn't have much of an impact when it comes to making relationships last. Sometimes, problems simply occur within family life that cannot be prevented, and these are the times when it's helpful to know that you have a professional on hand to help. For the residents of Brentwood, Suffolk County, this professional could be Mr. Darren M. Shapiro - a highly experienced and compassionate family lawyer who has been working within the courts of Suffolk County - ever since his admission to the New York State Bar in 1999.
Mr. Darren M. Shapiro has been helping families and individuals cope with the complexities of family law within the courts of Suffolk County for an extended period of time - meaning that he can offer fantastic guidance to residents of Brentwood who need a lawyer that understands the particular mechanics at work within the local court systems. Mr. Shapiro is willing to offer guidance and information to each client who visits or contacts his office - helping them to find the route that he predicts will serve their best interests. In fact, his devotion to offering high level service has influenced his decision to provide clients across Suffolk County, Long Island and Brentwood with a range of different options when it comes to settling family law cases. Not only can individuals access dedicated litigation, but they can also consider alternative forms of dispute resolution in the form of mediation, collaborative law and settlement negotiations.
Litigation is an especially trying aspect of law - particularly in family cases that might involve children. Although it can work to argue your case in front of a judge - and indeed, in some cases, it can be the only option available, litigation is also a timely and emotionally-draining process that many individuals would rather avoid. Collaborative law and mediation offer an alternative from this route by allowing clients to pursue more amicable solutions for coming to terms about various decisions, including child custody, visitation, and equitable distribution. All of these options for family law are process that this office handles. The office is conveniently located at 99 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 300K in Jericho, New York. Clients can reach the office either by taking exit 34 on the Northern State Parkway, or off of exit 40 on the Long Island Expressway.
Whatever the circumstances of your family law case, if you're located in Brentwood, Long Island or the surrounding areas of Suffolk County, it can be reassuring to learn that you have access to local and experienced support, in the form of a family lawyer who endeavors to help you get the most out of your case. Mr. Darren Shapiro's welcoming office is prepared to offer clients from various backgrounds all of the information they may need to make careful choices regarding the different legal routes available to them. What's more, once a client has figured out how they want to pursue their case, they can rest assured that Mr. Shapiro will be there to help them navigate their way towards success, every step of the way.
As we mentioned above, family law is always going to be complicated, but knowing that you have the right guidance by your side can sometimes help you feel less like one of the numbers, and more like someone who has a grip on their future, and their new life. To find out more about how Mr. Darren Shapiro can assist you with your family law case, please get in touch at your earliest convenience, either through our online contact form, or via phone at 516-333-6555.