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Navigating The Divorce Process

Divorce is a difficult, emotional process with long-lasting effects. An experienced divorce attorney at Goldberg Sager & Associates can explain New York divorce law and its process, helping you understand what is happening and why.

During your divorce proceedings, our firm works to protect you now and in the future. Our family law experience includes child support, spousal support, child custody, visitations, division of marital assets and more. Based in Brooklyn, our family law practice is led by attorney Karen Goldberg Sager.

More Than 25 Years Of Divorce Experience

Our team has more than 25 years of experience representing clients in family law cases. We help men and women with the following types of divorce-related matters:

  • Divorce (contested or uncontested)
  • Orders of protection (in cases of spousal abuse, domestic violence or harassment)
  • Division of marital property and assets (property rights, division of debts)
  • Spousal and child support
  • Child custody and visitation

We can explain the issues related to property division, alimony, child support and child custody, which are hotly contested in many divorce proceedings. With a skilled attorney at your side, you have the advantage of obtaining a fair outcome, regardless of the circumstances.

We will take the time to let you know what to expect throughout the divorce process and answer any questions that arise along the way. Our attorneys work hard to keep our clients up to date on the status of their cases, returning all calls and emails as quickly as possible.

Our lawyers can also assist with legal separation and annulment matters.

Questions About Property Division

Every situation is different. We evaluate clients' marital assets and property and explain the division the court is likely to make. We also make it clear that equitable division does not necessarily mean equal: You may have to surrender certain assets to obtain others.

We strive to ensure that all assets and debts are covered by the terms of the property settlement, because courts rarely permit modifications to the property division except in the case of fraud by one of the parties.

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Goldberg Sager & Associates has helped thousands of people resolve their divorce matters. For advice about your divorce, contact us to learn more.