Malverne, Nassau County, New York

Centerport, Suffolk County

No matter whether you're located in Malverne, in Nassau County, somewhere in Long Island, or on the other side of the world, plenty of different people find themselves searching for the assistance of family lawyer at one time or another. Mr. Darren M. Shapiro is a family lawyer who works within Long Island, helping people from Nassau County, Suffolk County and Queens access the help that they need to pursue their best interests in everything from child custody, divorce cases, order of protections matters and more. Family law is a wide-ranging legal area that can include everything from adoption, to child custody, though divorce is the most frequently-addressed area. Fortunately, no matter what your issue regarding family law might involve, it's worth noting that with the right help, you can learn how to navigate the complex nuances of the Nassau county courts.

Since a common area of family law is divorce, and divorces are cases that Mr. Shapiro deals with often, it's worth noting that there are host of different routes available for those who are considering separating from their partner. Whether you're in Malverne, Nassau County, Long Island or in the New York City area, we can assist. For those in search of mediation, litigation, settlement negotiations or collaborative law methods, this office handles all these different routes. Collaborative law allows you to access the professional assistance of a range of different professionals for a team approach to resolution. Litigation involves fighting your case in a court of law. Mediation is meeting with your spouse in front a neutral divorce mediator, like Mr. Shapiro, to work out all the issues to settle your case. It's important to remember that Malverne and local residents are not alone. Not only can you have an experienced family law attorney like Mr. Darren M. Shapiro at your side, but it's also worth noting that countless people before you have faced the complexities of divorce.

As emotionally devastating as a divorce can be, it's important to recognize that with the right help, and guidance, you may find that you come out at the end of your case stronger, and ready to move onto a healthier place in your life. After all, divorce has helped countless people to escape unhappy, and even abusive marriages, so that they can seek out happier futures for themselves, and their families. For residents of Malverne, in Nassau County - it could be helpful to know that you don't have to travel far to get the legal assistance you need. In fact, Mr. Shapiro's office is located only a short drive away, on Jericho Turnpike. You can find Mr. Shapiro's legal office at 99 Jericho Turnpike, either by taking exit 40 on the Long Island Expressway, or Exit 34 on the Northern State Parkway.

According to Wikipedia.com , Malverne is a village that can be found within Nassau County, in the town of Hempstead. As of the 2010 census, the population was approximately 8,514. In 2000, there were 8934 people living in Malverne, and around 70.2% were married couples. Obviously, this number of marriages is quite high, but it's worth noting that regardless of whether you live in an area with a large marriage percentage or not, there's always a chance that something could go wrong. City-data.com tells us that around 54.4% of people in Malverne are married now - a significant drop since the year 2000, and around 7.5% of the residents in this village are divorced. Though you shouldn't allow the statistics surrounding divorce in your town to have any impact on your life, it can help to know that you're not the first person in your country, or even your neighborhood, who has suffered with marriage problems.

From his conveniently-located office in between the courts of both Nassau and Suffolk County, Long Island Mr. Darren Shapiro offers exceptional long island family law services to people across New York. Whether you're concerned about issues regarding child custody, and visitation rights, and want to ensure that the courts come to the right decision regarding the future of your children, or you simply want to make a positive change in your life with an adoption, Mr. Shapiro can help. Not only is Mr. Shapiro a fiercely experienced litigator, but he's also a trained collaborative lawyer and certified mediator too. This means that he can offer a range of different solutions to couples and clients who want to explore the different routes of family law.

From his welcoming office space, Mr. Darren M. Shapiro can answer any questions you might have about your upcoming legal case, providing the reassurance that you need to cope with a difficult and emotional experience. Additionally, almost two decades of experience within the courts of Long Island has given Mr. Shapiro a unique familiarity with the regulations and nuances of the local courts. After all, since he was first admitted to the New York Bar in 1999, Mr. Shapiro has been developing and building his experience in law and focusing on the field of family law since he hung his own shingle in 2005. He has worked hard to ensure that he has the skill and experience to help Nassau County, Malverne residents or clients from any background.

Mr. Shapiro will speak with you about the unique details of your case, and the options that might be available to you as you consider issues like divorce and child custody. For instance, mediation is often highly recommended for couples considering divorce and child custody concerns, who want to do their best to maintain a positive relationship for the sake of their children. Mediation can be a negotiation-friendly approach that allows both parties to ensure that they come to a resolution that each can live with. Of course, whether mediation is a realistic solution for your case, or you need the attention-to-detail and dedication of a fierce litigator, Mr. Shapiro is here to help. Whether you live in Malverne, the surrounding areas of Nassau County, or you're located close by, we encourage you to learn more about what Mr. Shapiro can do to help with your specific family law concerns.

To find out more, either browse through our blogs, or feel free to get in touch at your earliest convenience using our online contact form. You can also speak to Mr. Shapiro over the phone at 516-333-6555 to schedule your free half-hour consultation, either alone, or with your partner for the case of mediation.

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