Nassau County Family Law Attorney
Legal Guidance Through Divorce & Family Matters Throughout New York, including Queens, Kings, Rockland, Manhattan and Westchester Counties.
Divorce and Family Law are complicated to understand due to the various laws and technicalities involved in such matters. At the Law Office of Tzvi Y. Hagler, P.C., our Nassau County family lawyers focus on this complex and intricate area of the law and work hard to fully understand the unique needs of each case.
We utilize our experience to provide quick and effective legal solutions based on every client’s rights in relation to their marriage, divorce, assets, and children.
The Law Office of Tzvi Y. Hagler, P.C. is highly professional, talented, and experienced. Our Nassau County family law attorneys are well-versed in providing relief to those facing complex and emotional legal proceedings.
Contact our Nassau County family law firm online or call (516) 514-3868 to schedule your consultation.
Protecting Your Financial Best Interests
Various assets and financial matters, such as the property you own, child support payments, retirement accounts, debt, taxes, and many other financial issues are intricately tied into divorce proceedings.
The Law Office of Tzvi Y. Hagler, P.C. can help guide you into making the right decisions regarding your financial matters. We take our jobs seriously and will work hard to ensure your best interests are protected throughout the legal process.
We believe in providing a thorough case evaluation before working on any project, which helps us in attaining certain objectives. Apart from seeking your desired result, we want to ensure the accurate and equitable distribution of all your marital assets, if applicable.
Drafting Valid Prenuptial Agreements
A proven way to protect your financial well-being is through a prenuptial agreement.
Also known as a prenup, a premarital agreement provides details on how your property, assets, and debt will be handled should you leave your spouse. Prenuptial agreements must be signed by both parties (neither of whom can be under duress at the time) before marriage. If either spouse feels pressured into signing, the agreement will likely be considered invalid by a judge.
If you are already married to your spouse, you may be able to get a postnuptial agreement, or “postnup.” A postnup is the same as a prenup, except it is drafted and signed after marriage.
Helping Clients Through Uncontested & Contested Divorces
Uncontested Divorces in New York
In an uncontested divorce, you may be able to avoid the courtroom. If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse can mutually agree on certain issues, such as visitation schedules, division of property, and support payments, our Nassau County family law attorneys can work with you to dissolve the issues as peacefully as possible.
In these cases, we provide excellent communication and compassionate guidance to help you through the process without unnecessary confrontation.
Contested Divorce in New York
A contested divorce is one in which spouses cannot agree on one or more legal issues related to their split. Unfortunately, even when two people want to work together, certain areas and topics (such as who gets the children) can lead to disruptive disagreements.
Our family law lawyers can help you navigate contested divorce. We will work hard to negotiate with your spouse and their lawyer, but if needed, we will represent you in court. We fight hard and fair, working to minimize the stress that comes with these cases.
Legal Guidance on Behalf of Your Children
In addition to financial issues, child custody and visitation are two of the most contested matters in a divorce. Serving clients throughout Nassau County, including Long Island and Queens, Brooklyn and Rockland Counties, we have a proven track record of helping clients find a favorable decision in regards to their children.
Our Nassau County family law attorneys pride ourselves in helping our clients through the following child-related issues:
- Child support
- Paternity issues and fathers’ rights cases
- Grandparents’ rights cases
- CPS investigations
- Modifications of court orders
We understand the complexities involved in such cases, which is why we believe in first attempting to reach an amicable resolution. Our firm can help relieve some of the stress and anxiety involved in your divorce, whether it be frozen bank accounts, your child’s future, potential homelessness, and much more. If you suffer with these worries, our compassionate family law attorneys in Nassau County are ready to help.
Can You Change Child Custody in New York?
You may be able to modify your child custody arrangement after it has been finalized. You must be able to prove a change in circumstances has made the existing arrangement impractical.
Such circumstances include but are not limited to:
- Domestic violence, child abuse/neglect, or abandonment
- The child (over age 12) has expressed that they want a different arrangement
- A parent lost their job and is experiencing a significant loss of income
- A parent would like to move out of state or to a different area (e.g. a relocation case)
- A parent is struggling with a medical condition or mental health disorder
- A parent is struggling with substance abuse
Our Approach to Family Law
At Law Office of Tzvi Y. Hagler, P.C., we believe in being fully transparent and keeping in constant communication throughout the legal process. We are not only well informed in the law, but we are truly committed to protecting our clients’ rights and futures.
Our Nassau County family lawyers seek to help clients understand their legal options so they can work together to obtain a better outcome.
From the initial consultation to the resolution of your case, trust our Nassau County family law attorneys to stand by your side. Request an appointment online or call us at (516) 514-3868 today.