Divorce & Family Law

Divorce and Family Law cases almost always involve a strong emotional component because of the family ties between litigants. Whether you are faced with the tough decision to file for divorce, or are still in shock because you recently discovered that your spouse has filed for divorce, you may feel angry, conflicted or upset. No matter your circumstance, the Law Offices of Michael H. Fienman stands ready to help.

Going through a divorce is difficult and it is important for your attorney to understand your personal circumstances in order to protect your interests. Clients get through this difficult time knowing that the Law Office of Michael H. Fienman provides compassionate counsel and aggressive representation to protect your rights.

We routinely assist in preventing the loss of parenting time and work to ensure that any financial payments are fair and reasonable. Call today if you would like to discuss your case and how we will work hard to ensure that your matter is brought to a favorable resolution in an efficient and cost effective manner.

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