(631) 543-3750
(631) 543-3750

Family law

Family law regulates the legal relationships of people who are connected to each other by marriage, civil unions, family and relations, or where there is a custodianship, trusteeship or legal guardianship in place. Especially with the complicated circumstances of this area, it is highly recommended to seek advice of expert specialist attorneys. Are you having legal issues regarding marriage, adoption, divorce or seeking custody of your children? We focus a significant amount of our practice on famy law, so we can guide you through the challenges you face no matter what they are.

 

For example, divorce is something that we all hope to avoid. However, it may be the only reasonable option sometimes. If you’re ever in this situation, remember that you have rights under the law. We can help to ensure that in the event of a divorce, your legal rights remain secure.

 

Our services in this area

  • We draw up marriage contracts
  • We take care of divorce proceedings
  • We take care of custody issues

 

Do you have questions or do you want to make an appointment in this area?

Call us at +1 631 5433750 or use our contact form.

Contact and Appointments

Savitt, Krantz & Sellman, P.C.

353 Veterans Memorial Highway

Suite 208

Commack, NY 11725

 

Phone

(631) 543-3750

 

skslaw@optonline.net

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