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If you are going through a divorce or another family matter that requires legal counsel, you deserve representation from an experienced attorney who will vigorously protect your rights and interests. At Goldberg Sager & Associates in Brooklyn, we have helped clients achieve successful resolutions for more than 25 years. Attorney Karen Goldberg Sager is a respected leader in this field, serving on various professional committees relating to family law issues. Her background gives our clients an advantage when they are ending a marriage, handling a parental dispute or seeking advice on another type of important household matter in the five boroughs, Long Island or Westchester County.
Every divorce is different, but no matter what the circumstances are in your case, you can rely on us to give you knowledgeable advice, compassionate support and aggressive advocacy. To ensure you have the information you need to make important decisions, we explain legal issues such as:
In any type of divorce action, don’t hesitate to get the help you need. Our multilingual staff assists people throughout the New York City area.
Welcoming a child into your home through adoption is a wonderful experience, but the process is long and complex. Whether you’re looking for a domestic or international placement, our firm guides you through the steps required by the state’s Office of Children and Family Services. In both open and closed adoptions, we assist with applications, supporting materials and preparing for the home study.
Our firm develops fair, authoritative prenuptial and postnuptial agreements so that clients who are getting married or who have already wed have a clear understanding about property division and alimony terms in the even their union ends in divorce. By fostering open communication and providing sound legal guidance, we strive to create an enforceable document even if you never need it.
New York judges make child custody decisions based on what they believe to be in the best interests of the child. This standard allows for a wide-ranging review of the young person’s physical, emotional, social and educational needs. Typically, our firm seeks to reach decisions on legal and residential custody through mutual agreement. If this is not possible, we present a comprehensive case in court.
When parents of minor children get divorced, both must contribute to the financial needs of their sons and daughters. Our firm can help you estimate what a noncustodial parent’s child support obligation might be based on each party’s income and other relevant factors such as health insurance costs. We also handle disputes that arise over the financial information provided as well as enforcement and modification actions.