According to Wikepedia, Commack, in Suffolk County, New York, is a census designated place that corresponds somewhat with the hamlet by the same name in various other towns, including Huntington and Smithtown. The name for the CDP - "Commack", was taken from the Secatogue Native Americans who originally lived along the southern shore of Long Island, between Bayport and Copiague. The lands in the center of the island were named "Winnecomac" by the Secatogue, which roughly translates to "pleasant lands". For the people who live in Commack, the name is highly accurate - filled with thick oak forests, wildlife, and plants. However, as beautiful as Commack may be, it's important to remember that behind the scenic exterior, real people are living their lives, and suffering from common issues such as family disputes, divorce, and other legal issues.
As of the census conducted in 2010, there were 11,907 households, 36,124 people, and approximately 9,895 families residing in Commack, according to Wikipedia.com. Since then, further research into demographics from city-data.com has revealed that 63.1% of Commack residents are married, whereas 5.6% are divorced.
No matter where you live, it's possible to find that at one point in your life, you need the guidance and assistance offered by a professional family attorney. While it's impossible to simplify the complex emotional experience of family law, having local support available to you when you need it most can be a crucial weight off your shoulders during one of the most difficult times in your life. Mr. Darren M. Shapiro, Esq.'s law office is only a stones-throw away from the people of Commack, New York, meaning that they'll always have access to a highly experienced attorney. Mr. Shapiro began practicing law over fifteen years ago, and chose to open his own firm focusing largely on family law. As a Long Island and New York family attorney, Mr. Shapiro can provide extensive knowledge to his clients in regards to Suffolk County practices and court procedures.
Locating Mr. Shapiro's office couldn't be easier, as it is conveniently located just off Exit 40 of the Long Island Expressway, at 99 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 300-K, New York, 111753. If you can't access Jericho turnpike from the Expressway, you can still get to the office by taking Exit 34 off the Northern State Parkway. Mr. Shapiro's office is fully equipped to handle various legal cases across Suffolk County and beyond, including divorces, matters of collaborative law, and family mediations. What's more, he offers the opportunity for a free, initial consultation to potential clients, within a spacious conference room, where they can discuss their legal needs.
The legal firm of Mr. Shapiro represents matrimonial cases such as post-judgment divorce, annulments, and legal separations in the Supreme Court of Suffolk County, located conveniently in two nearby locations. The first location for Supreme court cases is at 235 Griffing Avenue, 11901, Riverhead, New York, and the second is at 400 Carleton Avenue, 11772, Central Islip, New York. For family court cases, which deal with matters such as child custody, child and spousal support, visitation and parenting time, adoption, orders of protection, and paternity, Mr. Shapiro will represent you at the Suffolk County Family Court. Once again, there are two locations for this court, the first at 889 E. Main Street, 11901, Riverhead, New York, and the second in the same building as the Carleton Avenue court for Supreme Court cases. The decision of where you will go to pursue your case will depend on the nature of your legal dispute, however Mr. Shapiro will be available to discuss your options with you.
In order to make your experience dealing with family law quicker and less frustrating, Mr. Shapiro can offer advice and information on the different courts, venues, and proceedings that may be applicable to your case. This should mean that you have a greater understanding of the avenue you are taking in the pursuit of your case, and that you will be able to make an informed decision on how to proceed. As a certified collaborative attorney, trained mediator, and incredible litigator, Mr. Shapiro is equipped with the skills and tools required to help you move your case as easily as possible - regardless of the unique circumstances that you may bring to the table.
As a resident of Suffolk County himself, Mr. Darren M. Shapiro Esq. provides local and helpful advice to individuals across Commack and the Suffolk County area. His long-term experience dealing with family law cases in this area, from divorces, to custody disputes, has allowed him to develop a deep understanding of the processes involved in various cases, meaning that he can offer diligent representation to clients, for affordable prices. Whether you approach him for his mediation, or litigation skills, Mr. Shapiro's honest advice, friendly demeanor, and dedication to his practice make him a fantastic choice for most families struggling with the complications of family law. While divorce may be one of the most common matters he deals with, Mr. Shapiro offers effective assistance and guidance with all matters of family law, making him the ideal choice for Commack residents. His devotion to his clients, hard work, and deep understanding of local proceedings mean that Mr. Shapiro can be relied upon to pursue your best interests in any case, while reducing the emotional impact left upon you and your family in any way possible.
If you would like more information about family law procedures or cases in Commack, please call us for a free initial consultation. Whether you have a home in Commack or you are simply located close by, it can be helpful to know that a local expert is available to help you battle through your case, and win according to your best interests. At the same time, keep in mind that couples in search of mediation are welcome to approach Mr. Shapiro's office for their first free thirty minute consultation. Please contact us either over the phone or in-office, it would be our pleasure to speak with you about the details of your case.