Hempstead

Hempstead, New YorkNassau County - Hempstead

With years of experience in the realm of family law, and a distinct familiarity with the locality of Nassau County, Darren M. Shapiro offers clients in need of the guidance and knowledge of a professional attorney. Individuals within Hempstead, NY, can access the peace of mind that comes with utilizing the skills of an efficient expert, during an emotional and difficult time in their lives. Within his time as an attorney, Darren has dealt with a number of matrimonial cases, each of which he has handled with the utmost care and respect. He approaches each situation in a personalized manner, so that clients receive the experience most beneficial to them. Darren consistently aims to provide a secure, safe environment, where couples in divorce mediation can discuss the details of their divorce in peace.

For individuals who may like to avoid the conflict of a contested divorce, our Nassau County office offers mediation services, to help you come to a mutual agreement. Mr. Shapiro defies the definition of just "any" New York based attorney, with extensive training in collaborative law and mediation. He brings a passion and dedication to his practice that is as potent today as it was when he began practicing more than fifteen years ago. As a result, he delivers an experience to his clientele that is professional, considerate of their needs, and individually useful.

Divorce is never a simple concept, and dealing with a separation can be incredibly difficult. However, it's important that you have someone you can trust to guide you through the process, to keep it as positive and simple as possible. Our office is located approximately three miles from the Supreme and Family courts of Nassau County, New York.

Divorce Proceedings in Hempstead

Hempstead makes up one of the three towns of Nassau County, New York - occupying the southwest area. Within the Town, twenty-two villages are partially or completely incorporated, and the overall population was approximately 759,757 in the Census conducted in 2010. This means that the population of the county is one of the highest of any town in New York.

If the Town was able to achieve City-status, it would be established as the second-largest city in New York, just ahead of Buffalo, and behind New York City. Over all, it would by the sixteenth biggest city in America, between Columbus, in Ohio, and Fort Worth in Texas.

With such a dense population, it's interesting to note that statistics issued by city-data.com discovered that approximately 35.1% of residents were married, and 8.0% were divorced. The truth is, no matter where you live, divorce is always a possibility. Sometimes, it is simply impossible to prevent the breakdown of a relationship, no matter how strong that relationship might have appeared to be in the past. The only way to move forward in this situation is to deal with the divorce proceedings as well as possible. Darren M. Shapiro guides his clients through divorce process with care and attention, so that they can move on with their lives.

Dealing with a Divorce

When a significant relationship ends, it's never easy for either person involved. Whatever the reason for the breakup might be, and whether you were hoping to end it or not, the end of a relationship can turn your world inside out, triggering various painful feelings. When you're dealing with so many emotions, you might find that it's difficult for you to make the right decisions for your long-term needs. Fortunately, assistance from Mr. Shapiro can allow individuals to access the guidance and advice they need to focus on their best interests during a difficult time.

It's important to understand that experiencing pain, sadness, and anger during the divorce process is perfectly normal. However, these emotions are what make it so important to have the assistance of an objective person who is there solely to take you through the legal proceedings. Mr. Shapiro will give appropriate consideration to your feelings, while helping you to move towards a better future.

Contact our office to discuss the specific details of your case, so that we might offer advice on the best route for you to take. One of the solutions that may be most beneficial to you is mediation. Mr. Shapiro is a certified mediator, who has helped various couples reach an amicable agreement in their divorce proceedings.

Of course, in certain circumstances, you may feel more comfortable accessing individual representation, and Darren can also help with this, protecting your best interests and directing you along the correct course every step of the way. He will help you to work through important concepts such as spousal support, maintenance, and the distribution of your assets in equitable terms.

However you choose to approach your divorce, Darren M. Shapiro will work to avoid the stress of litigation, attempting instead to ensure that all appropriate cases are settled outside of a court environment. However, in some cases, litigation will be necessary, and in these instances, Mr. Shapiro will be there to support you through your case, ensuring you work towards the best possible result.

Accessing Professional Assistance

Although Darren M. Shapiro has experience dealing with family law throughout Long Island and New York City, he has found that many of his cases come from Nassau County. Residents of Hempstead usually will be required to take their case to the Nassau supreme or family court, both of which Darren has extensive experience with. If you live in Hempstead, feel free to visit us in our Nassau County office to discuss the details of your case through a free consultation.

If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, visit our blog at www.longislandfamilylawandmediation.com for more details on family law, and look at the testimonials we have gathered from other clients. We hope to speak to you soon, and if you find that you have any questions or concerns to take about, or would simply like to get started in arranging your free conference, please email Darren or contact us at (516) 333-6555.

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