Divorce

Divorcing a spouse is one of the most difficult experiences any person may ever have to confront. Unfortunately, many divorces are made even more difficult because a spouse becomes impossible to work with when splitting up assets and making decisions related to children and custody. You need to have an advocate you can trust to aggressively fight for your interests through each step of the divorce process.

Divorces are, by their very nature, emotionally charged. You will want a divorce attorney who can provide you the support you need to ensure that you receive the best possible divorce settlement or judgment. New York law related to divorce and child custody is complex, so you will want an advocate who is well versed in the law and who will present a strong case in the courtroom. Ziegler, Ziegler & Associates have many years of experience aggressively advocating for the interests of our clients and achieving excellent results on their behalf. We at Ziegler, Ziegler & Associates are ready to put our experience to work for you in your divorce proceeding.

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