Located within the Town of Oyster Bay, in Long Island, New York, the incorporated village of Muttontown is just one of the many areas within the Nassau County locality. Business Week considers Muttontown to be one of the wealthiest areas currently within America, and the village - including its surrounding areas - help to make up the area known as the "Gold Coast" of Long Island. Historically home to some of the most affluent families ever to call New York home, Muttontown is brimming with interesting local records, and the name of the village itself stems from the former use of the location as a pasturage for sheep.
Similarly to many places throughout Nassau County and Long Island, Muttontown benefits from being situated within close proximity to the office of Mr. Darren M. Shapiro, which can be found on Jericho Turnpike - only a small distance from the Nassau County Family and Supreme courts. The legal office, along with the talent of Mr. Shapiro himself, provides personalized and carefully tailored representation to individuals in need of legal guidance, all for reasonable rates.
According to Wikepedia, the population of Muttontown in the 2010 census fell at around 3,497 people, only a slight increase from the 3,412 people recorded in the census of 2000. In the year 2000, the people of Muttontown made up an approximate of 1,022 households, and 920 families, out of which 47.6% had children beneath the age of 18, and 83.6 consisted of married couples living together. Only a very small 3.5% of all households were made up of a single female with no husband present. Since then, our research has discovered that citydata.com estimates the current married percentage of residents in Muttontown to be 59.8%, compared to a divorced percentage of 2.6%. On the other hand, realtor.com suggests that the marriage rates within Muttontown are an astonishing 13% higher than the typical ratio of Nassau County, according to data sourced in 2015.
Over the years, working tirelessly as a divorce and family law attorney, certified mediator and collaborative law attorney has given Mr. Darren M. Shapiro the opportunity to assist clients throughout a number of detailed and complex cases - each containing their own specific circumstances and nuances. His professional life has taken him through courts all around Long Island, New York City and the surrounding areas, allowing him to become deeply familiar with the legal practices and commonalities of the state. However, across over fifteen years of experience within his local area, Mr. Shapiro has found that the most significant percentage of his cases, at this time regarding divorce and family law typically appear from the Supreme and Family courts of Nassau County. As a result, the regular work that he manages throughout the Nassau County area has allowed him to develop an in-depth understanding of the local court rooms, legal practices, and personnel involved in legal cases. This means that Mr. Darren Shapiro has the capacity to lead you effectively through the processes conducted in your local courts with complete confidence and expertise.
Originally, Mr. Darren M. Shapiro began practicing law towards the beginning of 1999, working as an associate within a law office located in Nassau County. Since that fateful day, Mr. Shapiro has spent over fifteen years exploring the various courts of Long Island and New York, working within the legal industry to hone his skills to their most optimal level. Today, he offers professional assistance and legal guidance to clients from the comfort of an office that is local and convenient to them. From his office, Mr. Shapiro gives residents of Nassau County, Long Island, and New York City the representation that they deserve in cases of family law, and although the cases he deals with most commonly regard separation and divorce, it's worth noting that Mr. Shapiro has both the experience and talent to navigate throughout various legal spheres.
Family law, by its very nature, is a complex and emotional legal area for anyone to deal with. When you are presented with a family law case, it often means that you are dealing with matters that will have a lasting and profound impact on your life as you know it. In cases of divorce for example, no matter how a marriage relationship comes to an end, the parties involved are likely to experience a great deal of turmoil as their lives are turned upside down and changed dramatically. Because of this, it is important to know that you will have the legal guidance and support that you need from a sympathetic and knowledgeable party. Mr. Darren Shapiro will help you understand the various aspects of your legal case, giving you information about the options that are available to you within your legal journey, including choices regarding proceedings, venues, and courts. Mr. Shapiro will also speak to you about the advantages and disadvantages associated with the different routes you have to choose from.
Family law can be a highly personal area to manage, and this means that you will need to select a process that applies best to your particular circumstances and goals. Fortunately, regardless of the circumstances of your case, Darren Shapiro's experience as a collaborative divorce lawyer, trained mediator, and professional litigator ensures that he has the skills required to assist you in managing your legal needs.
Whether you are located within Muttontown yourself, or find your home somewhere close to the Nassau County area, you'll find it beneficial to speak with an attorney that is not only familiar with the various aspects of your personal situation, but also the courts in which you will be presenting your case. If you are local to Long Island, New York City, or Nassau County, please contact us to learn more about the legal services that Mr. Shapiro can offer you. To expand your knowledge on legal proceedings, divorce and family law, visit our blog at www.longislandfamilylawandmediation.com. If you would like to schedule your initial consultation, or access a family attorney, please contact Mr. Darren Shapiro via phone at: (516) 333-6555 or by one of our contact forms. It would be our pleasure to speak with you.