Central Islip is a census-designated place and hamlet located in the Town of Islip, Suffolk County, in New York. According to Wikipedia the area has a rich history, and before European settlers arrived, the Secatogue tribe of Algonquin native-Americans populated the area of Central Islip. By 1842, the eastward expansion of the Long Island Rail Road reached the area, and Suffolk County Station emerged. Only recently, in the mid-1990s, the area of Central Islip underwent a resurgence, delivering new commercial properties, housing developments, and government complexes. Today, the hamlet of Central Islip is home to one of the Suffolk County Family Courts and Supreme Court as well as the Suffolk County District Court, located at 400 Carleton Avenue Central Islip, NY 11722.
While Central Islip, like many other locations throughout Suffolk County and New York, is home to thousands of individuals and families leading happy and successful lives, it's worth remembering that families - no matter where they are located, are subject to potential problems and disputes. While undergoing an issue of family law is not something that anyone ever wants to deal with, the unfortunate truth is that cases of divorce, child custody disputes, parenting time, visitation rights, Orders of Protection and more do happen, and can happen to anyone. Although it may be impossible to completely remove the discomfort and heartache associated with approaching family law, having support nearby to help guide you through the complicated process can lessen the load. For residents of Central Islip, Darren M. Shapiro - an attorney with many years of experience in law - could be that solution. Mr. Shapiro opened his own office a number of years ago, first in Suffolk County and now is located in Jericho, Long Island. The office endeavors to provide affordable guidance to individuals in need of help managing family law issues.
Mr. Darren Shapiro's law office is conveniently located at 99 Jericho Turnpike Jericho, New York in Nassau County, Long Island.New York. When you have an appointment, if you need help finding it, you can either take exit forty on the Long Island Expressway, or use Exit 34 of the Northern State Parkway. This office can help you with a variety of different processes from matters of litigation, mediation, collaborative law, or settlement negotiations for matrimonial and family law matters. As a resident of Suffolk County and experienced Suffolk Count practitioner himself, Mr. Shapiro can offer insight into the procedures of Suffolk County, Long Island and Central Islip Courts.
According to Wikipedia.com the census that was conducted in 2010 for the residents of Central Islip found approximately 34,450 people. Those people could then be further categorized into 8,792 households, and 6,813 families within the CDP. Of the households in Central Islip, 26.6% included a child beneath the age of 18, and 5.3% consisted of married couples living together. Approximately 16.8% of all households at that time were made up of individuals. Further research into the demographics of Central Islip through city-data.com has revealed that since then, 43% of residents classify themselves as never having been married, 39.6% are now married, and 9.4% are divorced.
While reading the statistics and percentages involved with marriage and divorce in Central Islip can help you to know that you're not alone in dealing with an emotional legal experience, the best way to improve your sense of security is to know that you have a local family lawyer nearby and available to guide you through every aspect of your case. Mr. Shapiro's law firm represents cases of family law regarding legal separations, annulments, and post-judgment divorce at the Suffolk County Supreme Court - located at 400 Carleton Avenue Central Islip. For cases handing issues regarding children, such as parenting time, child custody, spousal support, orders of protection, abuse, and neglect, Mr. Shapiro represents cases at the Suffolk County Family Court, which can also be found in the same building as the 400 Carleton Avenue Supreme Court, in Central Islip.
His extensive experience within the courts of Suffolk County has allowed Mr. Darren Shapiro to offer reliable and diligent representation to clients from various backgrounds. As a certified mediator, trained collaborative attorney, and passionate litigator, Mr. Shapiro's honest advice, teamed with his friendly attitude and professional nature has identified him as the choice for numerous families moving through the difficulties of family law. For residents of Central Islip, not only is help from a local attorney convenient, but it's also designed to offer a supportive experience. The reason for this is that Mr. Shapiro's office works hard to make your legal experience as simple and straightforward as possible. As such, he will speak with you about the details of your case at length, and provide information and guidance regarding procedures, venues, courts, and routes that apply to your circumstances. For people struggling with an emotional and often highly stressful experience, this extra reliable information can be the perfect solution when it comes to making difficult decisions on how to proceed.
No matter the situation that has led to your case, or the personal circumstances that might be involved, Mr. Shapiro is equipped with the skills, and tools required to help assist you through your family law procedure. Clients can rest assured that they have an attorney on hand who will fight tirelessly to protect their best interests, and remain constantly vigilant in the search for reliable and effective ways of resolving and settling cases according to your needs.. If you're considering mediation for a more amicable divorce procedure, then you can call for your free initial consultation (usually thirty minutes), in one of our spacious conference rooms. If you simply need help pursuing the next step of your case, Mr. Darren Shapiro is available to offer guidance also through a half hour free consultation.
If you're looking for a convenient and effective family law solution, and you're located within Central Islip, or nearby Long Island, contact our office, or call to learn more. It would be our pleasure to speak with you about the details of your case.