In Nassau County, Seaford had an overall population of 15,294 people according to the 2010 census. Information from Wikipedia.com suggests that the first settlers at Seaford were part of a Native American tribe, known as the "Marsapeaques". To them, the area was known as "Great Water Land", and European settlement only began when a native of England (East Sussex) called Captain John Seaman arrived. After receiving the patent for the area, Seaman assisted in overseeing the development of Jerusalem South, the first name given to the town that would eventually be known as Seaford.
As of the 2010 census, there were approximately 5,257 households within Seaford, of which 37.2% had children living with them under the age of eighteen. 68.4% of the total households were made up of married couples that lived together, whereas 8.6% consisted of female householders with no husband. A total of 20.1% were non-families, and 16.3% were made up of individuals. Further investigation into statistics given by city-data.com allowed us to discover that now, 57.5% of the population in Seaford are currently married, whereas 7.5% are divorced. What's more, realtor.com notes that the number of married people in Seaford is 4% higher than the average for Nassau County, Long Island, according to data from 2015.
No matter where you call home, it's important to recognize that divorce is always something that can occur within relationships. Across the legal sphere, the issue of family law, which includes divorce, custody agreements and other issues, is recognized as a particularly complicated area. The reason for this is that the very nature of family law disputes require attorneys to be capable of striking balances between sympathetic understanding and expert professionalism. Mr. Darren M. Shapiro Esq. has now worked in Nassau County, Long Island and New York for over fifteen years. Mr. Shapiro is a divorce, family law attorney, certified mediator, collaborative law lawyer and negotiator. During the years he has spent within this profession, Mr. Shapiro has developed a significant set of skills which allow him to manage all manner of cases in his local area. Though he has worked in various court rooms across Long Island and New York, the most significant amount of his cases currently stem from the Nassau County area, which has allowed him to develop a sense of close familiarity with the particular nuances and legal practices of the Nassau Supreme and Family courts.
For some, it can be difficult to appreciate the relevance of hiring a local attorney for cases of family law until an issue presents itself. However, Mr. Shapiro's impressive scope of knowledge regarding the courts, state-specific laws, and procedures across Long Island and Nassau County gives him the ability to direct his clients throughout complex cases as painlessly as possible. Though the concept of hiring your own divorce lawyer can seem nerve-wracking at first, it's important to remember that choosing the ideal representation is essential. Clients must feel comfortable relying upon their attorney to give them the advice conducive to their best interests. Mr. Darren Shapiro will work with you on a basis that is tailored to your specific needs and goals, speaking to you about the different proceedings, courts and venues that are available for you to choose from. Residents of Seaford will also be able to speak to our local office about the advantages and disadvantages that can be noted for each possible legal option.
Divorce, first and foremost, is a legal process with the distinct purpose of resolving issues and dissolving assets in the form of equitable distribution. The job of your divorce attorney is to represent you to the best of his ability, and offer you guidance throughout the process. Although a divorce, custody battle or issue regarding family law is sure to raise significant emotional turmoil for everyone involved, it's important to remember that having the right support can be a crucial factor. Matters involving children are often far more complex as the clients and attorneys involved will need to consider matters such as child support and visitation. Fortunately, Mr. Darren Shapiro has a great deal of experience managing such issues throughout courts across Long Island, as well as dealing with Nassau County problems of family offense, neglect and issuing orders of protection.
Mr. Darren M. Shapiro's experience with the legal profession started over fifteen years ago, in 1999, where he found motivation and drive working as associate in a law office in Nassau County. His work as an associate allowed him to learn more about family law, and begin to gather the valuable experience and skills that would help him to become a successful and highly reliable attorney today. Darren Shapiro now has his own office, conveniently located in Nassau County, within the city of Jericho. The office consistently offers high-quality representation to local clients through Seaford, Nassau County, Long Island and New York, who are in need of assistance with cases of matrimonial dispute, divorce, child custody and family law. Although his office deals primarily with issues of family law, divorce and separation, Mr. Shapiro is also highly equipped in dealing with various forms of legal proceedings.
Mr. Darren Shapiro chose to open his office in the place that he felt it would be most convenient to his clients. Situated a convenient distance from the Nassau County Family and Supreme Courts, the office, located on Jericho Turnpike provides a safe and secure place for clients to discuss their legal needs and acquire representation at reasonable rates. Whether you reside in Seaford, or are located in a village or town nearby, you can rest assured that you will always have access to effective, customized and highly considerate assistance from an attorney dedicated to working for your best interests.
Residents of Seaford, Nassau County, Long Island and New York are welcome to contact us for more information about the legal services that we offer. If you would like to read more about family law, divorce and mediation, please click onto our blog at: www.longislandfamilylawandmediation.com. To discuss booking your free half an hour consultation, or organizing hiring a professional mediator (couples are invited to consult together for mediation) or family lawyer, please reach out to us on: (516) 333-6555 or through one of our contact forms, it would be our pleasure to talk with you.