Are you and your spouse currently discussing the possibility of getting a divorce? Have you been served with divorce papers by your spouse? This procedure is a very complex subject that can quickly become overwhelming and emotionally upsetting, especially if you share children.
If you were served with a complaint for divorce, you have a limited amount of time to reply. Failing to respond in time can result in a default judgment that grants all relief requested in the complaint. For urgency and discretion, turn to me, Staten Island Divorce Attorney Keith Casella of Casella & Casella LLP to provide you with solid representation and support. I truly care about my clients and want to help you get through your divorce as smoothly as possible.
New York has a number of jurisdictional and residency requirements that must be met before a couple may file for divorce. There are limited grounds - such as abandonment, adultery, or cruel and inhuman treatment - for divorce. In addition, you must meet these requirements:
With more than 14 years of experience in the fields of divorce and family law, I understand the complexities of the laws in the state of New York and can use my extensive knowledge and resources to your advantage. My firm is family owned and operated and I have committed myself to achieving positive outcomes for my clients.
If you are interested in setting up a free initial divorce consultation with a Staten Island divorce lawyer from my team, call me at (718) 557-9137. I offer flexible payment options and strive to make myself as available as possible.