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Divorce

Ready To End Your Marriage?

For many people, divorce becomes necessary. You or your spouse or both recognize your marriage is over. Deciding what to do next can be difficult, and our attorney at the Scibetta Law Office can help you work through the steps necessary to file a divorce in New York state.

No Fault

New York is now a "no-fault" state, meaning you do not have claim your spouse did something wrong in order to obtain a divorce. The state now allows "irretrievable breakdown" as grounds for the divorce. But divorce can be complex, and having an experienced legal guide to explain the law and help you make informed decisions can simplify the process and reduce the stress you may experience.

We Can Help

During the divorce, you will need to make many decisions and deal with many issues. You will have to prepare a statement of income and work through the equitable distribution of your martial estate. Depending on numerous factors, you or your spouse may be entitled to spousal support. If you have children, there are complex issues of legal and physical custody, visitation and child support. Our lawyer can help you with:

  • Property division
  • Retirement accounts
  • QDRO
  • Child custody
  • Visitation
  • Parenting plan

Allegations Of Domestic Violence?

Issues of domestic violence create additional legal complexity. An attorney for child (IFC) may be appointed, when necessary. If you have been accused of domestic violence or child neglect, you will need an attorney of your own to represent your interests and to protect your rights.

Contact Us Today For Help

Dealing with a divorce is always challenging. Working with an experienced attorney is the best way to ensure that your case is properly handled and your rights are fully protected. Call our Rochester office today at 1-877-ROC-ATTY, 585-232-2770 or use our online form.

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