Levi Divorce Lawyers

Guiding You Through All Aspects Of Divorce

No one understands your life better than you. When faced with divorce, you are in the best position to make good decisions about what you need from a settlement. Thinking clearly during divorce, however, is easier said than done. Feelings of anger, sadness, fear or anxiety can quickly cloud your judgment. If this happens to you, we will be at your side to help you sort through the emotions and guide you toward an agreement that serves your best interests.

Here, at Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., in Queens, your needs come first. Our divorce attorneys will be your steadfast advocates, working together to find a solution that leaves you and your children in a better place long after your divorce is complete.

If you are considering divorce, you may have some questions about how the process works. Visit our Divorce FAQs page to learn basic information about divorce.

Contested Vs. Uncontested Divorce

Many people mistakenly believe that their divorce is uncontested. Uncontested divorces, however, are less common than you may think. Why? Because you and your spouse must agree on absolutely every aspect of your divorce for it to be uncontested.

Our lawyers can help you determine whether you have an uncontested or contested divorce by making sure you have considered every aspect of your divorce. Speaking with us first can help ensure you file for divorce correctly.

We Handle All Aspects Of Divorce

Divorce is an extremely personal process. No matter what aspect of your divorce is most important to you, we can help make sure it is handled correctly. We assist individuals throughout New York — including those going through a same-sex divorce — with all aspects of separation and divorce, including:

If you are not considering divorce, but want to be prepared, we can draft a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement that will protect you in case divorce becomes a reality.

Protecting Your Children

The way your divorce is handled can have a major impact on your children. At our firm, protecting your children is a priority. We strive to guide you through your divorce in a way that minimizes any negative impact on your children.

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