Divorce MediationCollaborative DivorceUncontested Divorce/No Court Divorce

Divorce Mediation

Divorce need not be ugly. Choose a peaceful way to regain control of your life. Many people choose mediation over the adversarial process for their divorce, custody or family law matter. A neutral Mediator can help two people voluntarily reach a divorce settlement or family law agreement together.

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Collaborative Divorce

A way to resolve disputes respectfully. Why litigate when you can collaborate

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Uncontested Divorce/No Court Divorce

Is my divorce uncontested? Need an efficient, easy and affordable way to get your divorce smoothly completed by an experienced attorney at a flat-fee rate?

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Contested Divorce

Most people going through divorce experience deep emotional trauma, which causes tumultuous times for parents and their children. All types of difficult emotions can arise, from resentment, revenge, and anger to fear, confusion, and guilt. Emotionally charged divorces can lead to disputes over various issues between spouses which cannot be resolved. These disputes may lead to the necessity of courtroom litigation, where each side must present his or her case to a judge who makes a decision based on the evidence presented. In such situations, how your case is resolved may depend on the skill, commitment, and ability of your attorney.

Attorney Nwawka at CNY Divorce & Family Law Office has both negotiated and mediated divorce settlements between spouses, as well as represented clients in courtroom trial in contested divorce cases. While most cases are settled outside of court, if courtroom litigation is required to protect and enforce your legal rights, your case will be in the hands of a skilled legal professional.

Contested divorces may have a number of gridlocks where spouses cannot agree, as in the case of complex property division, spousal maintenance issues or child custody and visitation rights.  Attorney Nwawka at CNY Divorce & Family Law Office can help you resolve these difficult disputes. Negotiation and mediation are less costly, less time consuming, and less adversarial ways of resolving disputes. These methods exact less of an emotional drain on both you and your children, who are often as deeply affected and traumatized by the divorce process as are parents.

To learn your rights, options, and the best way to proceed based on your individual needs and objectives, contact Attorney Nwawka at CNY Divorce & Family Law Office today.