How do you repair a broken relationship, and avoid the fallout that comes with family problems or divorce? Sometimes, carefully structured solutions like marriage counselling can help you to recommunicate with your spouse in a way that allows for your relationship to continue, whereas other times, people may need to split and get a fresh start. While marriage is a wonderful thing, particularly when it comes combined with the development of new family dynamics, it also comes with a lot of complications and potential issues that can mean many relationships end up falling apart. Most of the time, it's no one spouses fault, whether you live in Kings Park, Suffolk County or elsewhere in Long Island, but this inability to live in a marriage can lead to the need for a mediator or family lawyer, in helping with things like custody, visitation, parenting time, orders of protection, equitable distribution, spousal and child support, and ultimately, divorce.
Within New York, statistically, the chance that your marriage will end in divorce is less than most of the rest of the county. For second marriages, however, the chances of separation become more significant. Of course, the statistics don't mean that you should give up on the idea of marriage. After all, millions of couples still grow old together - happy in their relationship for the rest of their lives. What it does mean, however, is that it's useful to know where you can access a family lawyer in your local area. After all, in Suffolk County alone, many will need to undergo divorce procedures - whether mediation, collaborative law, or litigation - at some point or another.
Kings Park, in Suffolk County, is a census-designated place, and hamlet found within the town of Smithtown, on Long Island. A tranquil, beautiful, and community-rich place, many consider Kings Park to be a wonderful place to live, and as of the 2010 census, around 17,282 people were living within its borders, enjoying fantastic schools, numerous parks, and water fun. In 2010, the population of Kings Park could be divided over six thousand households across the area, out of which, 34,6% included children under the age of eighteen, and 60.2% included married couples that were living together. Only 23.3% of households were made up of individuals, and 9.4% had a female householder living alone without a husband. Since 2020, information given by city-data.com has revealed that approximately 56.2% of the population are now married, whereas 6.9% are divorced, and 1.2% are separated.
For some couples, assessing the statistics given above can give some comfort. After all, in the emotional throws of a divorce procedure, it's worth knowing that you are not the only person to have faced such discomfort. However, it's worth noting that Kings Park, just like any part of Suffolk County, New York or Long Island is not more prone to the heartache of divorce than any other location. In fact, many individuals across New York find themselves dealing with some aspect of family law at some point in their lives, regardless of whether or not divorce is involved. From seeking out options to adopt a new child, to looking into mediation as a way to settle disagreements regarding custody and visitation, family law plays a huge part in helping people to reconstruct their lives.
For the residents of Kings Park, Mr. Darren M. Shapiro's office can be found conveniently situated at 99 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 300-G Jericho, NY, 11753. Found a reasonable distance away from many family courts (such as the one at Central Islip, 400 Carleton Avenue, as well as Kings Park itself, Mr. Shapiro's office of law and mediation is fully equipped to assist in issues of divorce, family litigation, collaborative law, and mediation - whether you're concerned about abuse, equitable distribution, or simply want to get the best start in your new life with a fair child support amount. Whatever assistance you might need with family law, you should be able to find it within the comfort of his warm and welcoming office space, equipped with the expertise required to navigate your situation in as stress-free a manner as possible.
Since the various issues surrounding family law can extend beyond issues of divorce, it's worth noting that Mr. Shapiro's office handles a range of different matters, from problems regarding child custody agreements, to matters of equitable distribution that may be settled through a collaborative process or mediation. In most circumstances, it will be up to you to determine how you want to manage your particular case in Kings Park, but Mr. Shapiro will be available to help talk you through each option that you might have to choose from, and how those options will impact your pursuit of your best interests. For instance, many couples prefer to choose the cost, and time-effective option of mediation, particularly when children are involved - as this can help to provide a less aggressive solution to figuring out the future of each spouse. On the other hand, some circumstances demand the somewhat tougher process of litigation, and in this case, Mr. Shapiro is fully equipped not only to guide you through your divorce, or family law procedure, but also to ensure that your best interests are pursued to the best possible extent.
For residents of Kings Park and beyond, it can be helpful to know that there's an experienced lawyer nearby who has dealt with cases just like yours. This means that he can provide answers to your most burning questions, and give you all of the information you need to ensure that you are well prepared for each part of the legal process. Mr. Shapiro has been managing cases of family law within New York and Long island for a number of years. He successfully gained admittance to the New York State Bar in 1999. For those living in Kings Park, it may be worth reaching out to find out what kind of advice and help you might be able to access in dealing with your own case. All you need to do to reach the office is use exit 40 on the Long Island Expressway, or use exit 34 from the Northern State Parkway.
To learn more about the reasonable rates, professional guidance, and friendly atmosphere offered by Mr. Darren M. Shapiro, please contact our office at (516) 333-6555, or fill out our online form.