Guiding You Toward a Better Future
The prospect of divorce forces you to think about your future. Your life may be in turmoil and your future unclear, yet still you have to make important decisions that will shape your life for years to come. At this point, you need experienced advice to help you overcome your present difficulties and enable you to make a successful transition to the next stage of your life.
Talk to Experienced Divorce Lawyers in Brooklyn
Angela Scarlato & Associates, P.C., has been advising and representing clients facing these choices since 1985. Call our law firm at 718-618-6232 to arrange for a free initial consultation. The sooner you speak with a Brooklyn divorce attorney, the sooner you will feel the relief of understanding your options and moving forward with a plan for your future.
Now Is the Time to Develop a Plan for Your Future
A divorce, annulment or legal separation marks a clear break. Most cases have a complex mixture of elements that require careful consideration. Emotion, history and assets are just of few of the factors that must be weighed in setting your goals. This requires family law attorneys who know the elements of the law that the court will consider and are also compassionate and understand the delicacies of dealing with the raw emotion that divorce may bring. Let us help you to untangle the web of factors and look at each piece as well as the whole picture in determining how to move forward.
Angela Scarlato & Associates, P.C. will first seek to understand your family’s financial and emotional situation. We will also explain the possible grounds for divorce as well as the validity of any prenuptial agreements. If you are in doubt about what your life will look like at the conclusion of the process, we will help you create that vision.
At this time in your life, your future path may appear dark and uncertain. Based on the facts of your situation and your goals, our family law attorneys strive to give our divorce clients comprehensive representation and guidance to allow you to find creative solutions and make sound decisions for your future. We can help you know what to expect in divorce court and advise you on recent changes in family and divorce law.
Our firm represents clients in matters involving:
- Contested divorce and uncontested divorce
- Property division
- High net worth divorce
- Child custody and visitation
- Grandparent visitation
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Modifications in support, custody and visitation
- Orders of protection
Call a Lawyer Before You Act
Our family lawyers must work with the facts that are presented when the client first comes in. We can only work with the facts you have already established in your life. We are lawyers, not magicians. Unfortunately, we cannot change the past. We can help you decide what steps you should take. You may make decisions and take action when you are contemplating a divorce that seem like the “right” life decision but are contrary to your legal interests. For example, in some cases moving out of your home may seem like the right thing to do before your hire a lawyer. That is not always the case. And, once a person moves out and establishes a “new” normal, it is difficult and often impossible to change the situation after a court proceeding has been started. This is just one example of how pre-action decisions can affect your life in a way you did not contemplate. (Of course safety is always first and if there is any issue of domestic violence or abuse, your personal safety should always be the first concern.)
Make an appointment to see us before you take any definitive steps, unless necessary to protect life and property.
Contact Us About Your Marital Agreement/Legal Separation
Separation may be right for you! We believe that many people cannot make the right decisions for themselves when under extreme pressure.
If you know you cannot live with your spouse now, but cannot resolve all economic issues now, a written marital agreement or separation agreement may be right for you.
If your moral or religious beliefs prohibit divorce, a written marital agreement or separation agreement may be right for you.
We may be able to help you secure certain financial benefits such as child support and spousal support without having to go to court.