Long Island Divorce

Divorce Law in Long Island

The New York State laws regarding divorce differ from those in other state, mainly that the Supreme Court must grant the divorce in order for it to be valid. In 2010, New York became the last state to recognize no-fault divorces. No-fault divorces identify that the relationship between husband and wife has been broken down for a period of at least six months with no chance to recover.

Are you in the middle of a divorce in Long Island?

At LaRusso Conway & Bartling, we have years of divorce and family law experience which solidifies our standing as a top-rated legal team in Long Island. We can help you with any of the following family law areas:

Contested Divorce 
If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse are unable to come to a mutual agreement on the terms and conditions of your divorce you may need a contested divorce attorney. Read more about contested divorce.

Uncontested Divorce 
An uncontested divorce is more easily resolved compared to other marriage terminations. However, these still require the support of a professional divorce attorney. Read more about uncontested divorce.

High Net Worth Divorce 
When there is a lot of money involved in a divorce, and you want to protect your assets to the fullest, you will need the legal assistance of a lawyer from our firm. Read more about high net worth divorce.

Legal Separation 
There are legal terms to separation that must be established by a lawyer before the separation can be completed. Read more about legal separation.

With the help of a professional mediator, you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse can come to an agreement on the terms and conditions of your divorce. Read more about mediation.

Military Divorce 
In order to ensure that your military divorce is completed correctly you will need an attorney skilled in this specific area of the law. Read more about military divorce.

Child Custody 
Make sure that you are able to retain custody of your children during the process of a divorce. By contacting LaRusso Conway & Bartling you can rest assured that your case is in the hands of a competent professional. Read more about child custody.

Spousal Support 
A spousal support agreement between you and your ex-spouse can be established by a lawyer in our firm if you are worried about your ability to financially support yourself once the divorce is final. Read more about spousal support.

Asset Division 
In the division of your assets, having a professional on your side that can help you maintain ownership of your belongings will be crucial to your case. Read more about asset division.

Child Support Modifications 
If you would like to amend the conditions of a child support agreement, it needs to be proved that it is in the best interests of the children involved. Read more about child support modifications.

Child Custody Modifications 
To make changes the conditions of a child custody agreement it will need to be legally modified in the court of law. Read more about child custody modifications.

Spousal Maintenance Modifications 
You can modify a spousal agreement if you are not longer able to make payments or are no longer in need of spousal support. Read more about spousal maintenance modifications.

If a child custody agreement is involved, you will need to notify your spouse before relocating. Read more about relocation.

Establishing paternity can help you gain legal rights to your children. Read more about paternity.

Grandparents' Rights 
Grandparents have rights too and we can help you protect them. Read more about grandparents rights.

No matter what your situation, our family law practice is here to guide you through the entire legal process. Whether you are considering legal separation, needing assistance with obtaining child custody or spousal support, or even navigating a high net worth divorce, it is imperative you get in touch with a Long Island divorce attorney as soon as possible. The sooner you contact us, the sooner our experienced team can create a plan that protects the future of you and your family.