Serving Clients In All Aspects Of Divorce And Separation
The breakup of a relationship is a difficult and emotional time. It requires making complex decisions to separate the lives of two people and their families. Individuals may feel overwhelmed trying to tackle the seemingly endless questions: How will money and property be divided? Where will my minor children live? Will I have the financial resources to support myself? Venzon Law Firm PC has answers.
Located in Buffalo, New York, Venzon Law Firm PC has been helping families throughout Western New York and Canada resolve their legal disputes since 1984. We can help you find workable, flexible solutions for your divorce or separation.
Helping Clients Navigate The Complexities Of Divorce And Legal Separation
Decisions made during a divorce or legal separation process have far-reaching consequences on family relationships, parent-child bonds and the financial health of both spouses.
Our firm also has the expertise to provide representation for individuals who entered into a marriage based on fraud so they can annul their marriages and avoid the complexities of the property division process. International divorces also present unique challenges regarding jurisdiction and enforcement that our attorneys can confidently navigate. Our firm also helps clients resolve legal disputes that arise in same-sex relationships.
Venzon Law Firm PC will negotiate not mediate to resolve issues in the most amicable way. We never encourage litigation when a beneficial settlement agreement can be reached. We rely on our experience to craft comprehensive, smart legal strategies that protect our clients’ interests, resolve their legal disputes and help them move forward with their lives.
Clients often have questions about the different types of grounds for divorce allowed in New York State, mainly contested versus uncontested divorce and no-fault divorce. A divorce is contested or uncontested depending on whether or not the two partners can agree on all the terms to end their marriage. In 2010, legislation was passed allowing no-fault divorce in New York, which has made the process for obtaining an uncontested divorce easier than ever.