Services

CHILD CUSTODY

Divorce can be traumatic for the family as a whole, but often the children bear the brunt of the stress. Subsequent child custody battles can prolong the discomfort and be devastating for a child. Paul understands that you want your children settled and receiving the best possible care.

DIVORCE

Divorce is a life-altering event, and unlike most other legal matters, emotions are heightened and can lead to poor decisions on the part of both parties involved. This is when the objective views of an attorney can be your best asset. It’s already overwhelming for you so let us take care of the details and the variety of sensitive issues

DWI/DUI

If you have been arrested for drunk driving, then you need a qualified and experienced attorney in your corner to make sure your rights are protected. Even more than that, you need someone with a thorough knowledge of the complexities of DWI & DUI laws in all of Nassau & Suffolk Counties to fight for you.

ALIMONY

Alimony refers to the payments one spouse gives to the other. Our divorce attorneys will inform you of the spousal support guidelines in our area. Spousal support guidelines will then decide the amount and the type of alimony to be received. Temporary Alimony – Given during the period where both parties are not legally divorced yet

ANNULMENT

It is understood that couples sometimes rush into marriage, or face a circumstance that is beyond control. In certain situations, a married couple can have their marriage completely erased through what’s known as an annulment, although the circumstances have limitations. Most often, a marriage can be annulled

DRUG CRIMES

The United States Controlled Substances Act sets the criteria for what constitutes criminal offenses in the manufacture, possession, sale and abuse of drugs. According to state and federal laws, a controlled substance considered to be a drug can be any of the following: Cocaine, Heroin, Methamphetamine, Barbiturates

PRENUPTIAL

Many lawyers will push couples to sign a prenuptial agreement before the start of their journey together as a married couple. We’re not those lawyers. We feel the choice to enter into a legally binding agreement of this kind is a personal one, and can only be decided by the couple in question.