North Shore of Long Island Divorce Mediator
The north shore of Long Island is a stunning place, known for its dynamic weather and luxurious estates. While the golden coast has a lot to offer the people and families that live there, it's important to remember that anyone, no matter where they live, can find themselves in need of a little help from time to time. Whether you live in Huntington, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Oyster Bay, or North Hempstead, there's always a chance that you'll end up having to discuss an issue of family law with a trained and certified professional. Fortunately for residents of Northern Long Island, support is available in the form of Attorney Darren Shapiro, a family lawyer and a North Shore of Long Island Divorce mediator.
While marriage can be a wonderful thing no matter how hard a couple tries, there are some partnerships that simply end up falling apart. In these cases, the best thing for everyone involved is often to find a way of moving on as painlessly as possible. For those who would rather avoid the discomfort and headaches of the New York courts, mediation is a popular, and often effective form of alternative dispute resolution. Mediation allows couples in a divorce to maintain greater control over the complex decisions that they need to make about everything from spousal maintenance to parenting time and equitable distribution.Your North Shore Long Island Divorce Mediator
Attorney Shapiro has been serving the residents of North Shore Long Island as both a dedicated divorce lawyer and a certified mediator, capable of guiding couples through the complexities of divorce for many years now. Attorney Shapiro has helped clients all the way from Bayville to Port Washington, providing them with the support and answers they need during a complicated part of their lives. Though mediators can come from a range of different backgrounds, Attorney's Shapiro's wealth of experience in divorce and family law means that he can often answer the many questions that his clients have about the nature of the decisions made about divorce, equitable distribution and child custody.
Aside from a deep familiarity with the various regions of the North Shore Long Island, Attorney Shapiro also offers convenience to his clients, thanks to his local divorce and mediation office, found within the Jericho Turnpike. Working within the Northern Shore means that Attorney Shapiro is highly familiar with his surrounding area and the various cases that can come to him from Huntington, Manhasset, and beyond. Though New York may have one of the country's lowest divorce rates today, the various villages, neighborhoods, and hamlets of North Shore Long Island are no stranger to the issue of divorce and separation. Attorney Shapiro is on hand to offer mediation to those who need something different to litigation to help them make their decisions.Are You Right for North Shore Long Island Mediation?
Though not every couple will benefit from divorce mediation, there are many spouses throughout Kensington, Kings Park, Centerport and beyond that have worked with Mr. Shapiro as their mediator to discuss their needs in a safe and objective environment. Attorney Shapiro can offer mediation to couples who want to maintain a relationship with their ex for the benefit of a child, as well as those that simply want to be able to make their own choices about their future without excessive input from the courts. Mediation can be a less painful and less expensive approach to divorce, providing spouses with the opportunity to arrive at their own decisions, without the pressure of the court.
For residents of North Shore Long Island that already have their own divorce mediator, Attorney Shapiro can offer additional support and guidance throughout the proceedings as a review attorney. An attorney cannot act as a mediator and a lawyer at the same time, but Attorney Shapiro's experience in the North shore of Long Island dealing with issues of family law make him an ideal addition to your divorce case, whether you're looking for a collaborative lawyer, mediator, or litigator. Attorney Shapiro's extensive training has helped him to hone the skills required to help residents all the way from Old Westbury to East Hills and further. Sometimes, his clients may even find that the skills they learn during mediation help them to handle discussions with their spouses more readily in the future.
Though mediation is often far less stressful for most couples than litigation, it's a highly emotional and overwhelming process for many. Having a location right there in Jericho, Nassau County Long Island that you can visit any time you like to speak to your North Shore Long Island Mediator can be a huge weight off your shoulders. Whenever you have questions about anything from parenting time to spousal support, Attorney Shapiro can be on hand to offer the support and guidance that you need.Do You Need a North Shore Long Island Mediator?
Though the divorce process will always be a complex procedure for anyone involved, many couples find that mediation helps to reduce the impact on their emotions and their lives. With a North Shore Long Island mediator like Attorney Shapiro at your side, you can come to terms with your spouse about important decisions without having to face the often-nerve-wracking environment of the court room. Of course, if you find that mediation simply isn't for you, due to a history of violence in your partnership or an inability to negotiate with your ex-spouse, then Attorney Shapiro also offers a range of other resolution options, including traditional litigation and collaborative law.
For those who need help choosing the correct path for their needs, Attorney Shapiro offers a free consultation period of up to thirty minutes of it is free for the initial consultation where you can discuss your issues in depth. During this time, you can learn everything you need to know within a convenient location in Jericho. Attorney's Shapiro's years of experience handling cases just like yours is sure to put you at ease about your mediation or family law experience. To find out more or arrange your free initial consultation of up to thirty minutes, contact Attorney Shapiro today. You can get in touch at (516) 333-6555.