High Conflict Divorce
Novenstern Fabriani & Gaudio, LLP can ease the burden of dealing with a high conflict divorce. While almost all divorces are emotionally devastating, a high conflict divorce often breeds hostility between spouses, long custody battles, restraining orders, the secretion of assets and accusations of abuse. If you are going through a high conflict divorce, it is in your best interests to contact a White Plains divorce law firm immediately.
Couples usually argue about the following in a high conflict divorce:
High conflict divorces often have detrimental effects on children. Researchers have proved that it is the conflict and fighting that harms children and not the divorce.
White Plains contested divorce
Every divorce is different. A Westchester County contested divorce occurs if you and your spouse are unable to agree on certain issues such as child custody, child support, spousal support, and division of property and assets. As a result, the litigation process may take longer and will require the court to rule on the issues that you were unable to resolve with your spouse. At a final hearing, the judge hears evidence from you and your spouse and makes a decision. A divorce lawyer can help you understand the process of a White Plains contested divorce.
Uncontested divorce in Westchester County
An uncontested divorce is less expensive and time consuming than a contested divorce. If you and your spouse are civil towards one another, this may be the option for you. In an uncontested divorce in White Plains, a couple can easily resolve their issues including, but not limited to, has already worked out agreements on child custody, spousal support, and the division of marital assets, which are incorporated into a written agreement without the need for court intervention.
You can count on us
Novenstern Fabriani & Gaudio, LLP is eager to help you navigate confidently through all aspects of family law. We look forward to providing you with the experience and skill you deserve. Call us today at 914-241-2400.