Cold Spring Harbor
A census-designated place and hamlet located within the town of Huntington, Suffolk County - Cold Spring Harbor can be found toward the Northern Shore of Long Island, in New York. The name "Cold Spring Harbor" comes from the freshwater springs that naturally flow throughout the area, which allowed for the economy to be tied significantly to port and milling activities. In the mid-nineteenth century, it rose further into prominence as a whaling village for a time - however, today it is largely a bedroom community within commuting distance to New York City.
Like any other location within Long Island or Suffolk County, the residents of Cold Spring Harbor are not immune to the issues and concerns that can create friction within family lives and relationships. Sometimes, these matters can be dealt with internally, and sometimes they progress over a period of time into an issue that requires professional and even legal guidance. While nothing may be able to make the difficulty of a family law case into something simple, the right support at hand can be enough to offer some comfort in frustrating circumstances. For residents of Cold Spring Harbor, Suffolk County, it is possible to access local help from the office of Darren M. Shapiro. This highly experienced attorney has been practicing law for more than fifteen years, after being admitted to the New York State Bar in January of 1999. A number of years ago, Mr. Shapiro opened his own firm focusing primarily on family law and as a Suffolk County resident - is capable of offering personalized and in-depth information about the nuances of Suffolk County procedures.
According to information sourced from Wikipedia.com, in the year 2000, there was a reported 4,975 residents within Cold Spring Harbor - making up around 1,753 households, and 1,416 families. Of these households, 38.8% included children beneath the age of 18, and a significant 71.8% were made up of married couples living together. Since then, our further research into the town of Cold Spring harbor through city-data.com shows that around 60.8% of the current residents are now married, whereas 24.3% have never been married, and 7.7% are divorced.
These numbers regarding the issues of divorce and family law in the area of Cold Spring Harbor, Suffolk County can offer some slight comfort to people within the area who feel isolated during periods of pain and heartache - when they are dealing with their own divorce procedures. However, it's important to note that the best thing any family can do when presented with a matter that they must take to court, is speak to a family law attorney. Because Mr. Darren M. Shapiro's law office is located so conveniently for Cold Spring harbor residents, in Nassau County, in Jericho off the Jericho Turnpike, it offers a great solution for those in need of guidance. Found in Suite 300-K, New York, 111753, all you need to do is either take exit 40 from the Long Island Expressway or use Exit 34 on the Northern State Parkway. Remember, no matter how complicated your particular circumstances may seem to be - Mr. Shapiro's office is equipped to handle various complicated legal cases, from issues of Suffolk County divorce, to family mediations in a spacious conference room, to cases of collaborative law.
From its conveniently local position, Mr. Shapiro's firm represents cases of matrimonial matters such as divorce within the Supreme Court of Suffolk County. In this particular court, legal separations, annulments, and post-judgment divorce are all handled appropriately. You can find this court either at 400 Carleton Avenue, New York 117772, or at 235 Griffing Avenue, New York 11901. In the case that your particular circumstances lead you to family court, to handle issues such as child custody, spousal or child support, parenting time and visitation, adoption, paternity, or orders of protection, there are two locations for Suffolk County's family court to consider, too. The first family court location can be found in the same building as the Supreme Court on Carleton Avenue, whereas the second is located on 889 East Main Street, New York, 11901. Mr. Shapiro should be able to offer you some guidance on where your case will be heard.
Because Mr. Shapiro is deeply familiar with the courts of Suffolk County, New York, and Long Island, he can offer you reliable representation at a reasonable rate - regardless of what your case may involve. As either a collaborative attorney, fierce litigator, or mediator - Mr. Shapiro's honest advice, friendliness, and dedication to detail within his practice make him a wonderful choice for numerous people throughout Suffolk County, Long Island and Cold Spring Harbor who may be struggling with issues of family law. His highly-honed skills and extensive knowledge regarding the local court proceedings makes Mr. Shapiro a highly effective choice for any individual in search of a convenient and effective way to fight towards their best interests in the legal world.
What's more, to make your legal experience as painless as possible, the office of Mr. Shapiro can be helpful in offering extensive information about the different venues, courts, and proceedings that may be available during the course of your particular case. In other words, you'll have frequent access to information about the advantages and disadvantages of various routes that are available to you, before you make a decision on how you should proceed. As a certified and trained collaborative attorney, mediator, and litigator - Mr. Shapiro has the combination of skills and tools required to help you move through your case while fighting to protect your best interests if he is your attorney. As a mediator this office is neutral and does not represent either side or give legal advice to either side.
Please feel free to call us for your free initial consultation with an experienced attorney conveniently located right next to your Cold Spring Harbor home. Wherever you are, keep in mind that there's a local professional available that's ready to help you win your case. If you're in need of a mediator, you can also approach our office for your free half-hour initial consultation. It would be our pleasure to speak with you regarding your case, and we look forward to hearing from you.