Let Us Help You Deal With Your Divorce

Every divorce is different ― each with its own distinct set of legal issues and potential disputes. As such, if you ever find yourself facing divorce, you need an attorney who possesses the experience and knowledge necessary to deal with any potential issue that may arise.

At The Rand Law Firm, P.C., we are dedicated to helping you resolve all of your family-related legal matters, including those associated with divorce. With more than 20 years of experience, lawyer Peter L. Rand is quite familiar with every aspect of New York matrimonial and divorce law ― so let him put this experience to work for you.

To schedule your FREE consultation with an experienced divorce and matrimonial law attorney, contact The Rand Law Firm, P.C., today. You can email us online or call us at 631-693-4574. From our East Islip office, we serve clients throughout Suffolk, Nassau and Queens counties.

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We can help you deal with every legal aspect that may arise during, or after, your divorce, including:

  • Property division (equitable distribution), including the division of homes, cars, businesses, bank accounts and retirement funds
  • Spousal maintenance, sometimes called alimony
  • Child custody and child support
  • Drafting of, and disputes involving, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Enforcement or modification of court orders, including those regarding child support, child custody or maintenance

Let us help you address these legal issues so you can concentrate on starting your new life.

What About Divorce Mediation?

Just because you may be getting divorced does not mean every single issue between you and your soon-to-be ex has to result in a long, painful court battle. In fact, at The Rand Law Firm, P.C., we always make every attempt to resolve your divorce-related legal matters in the most reasonable and peaceful way possible, particularly when children are involved.

In many cases, this can be accomplished using divorce mediation, which not only saves time but is also less stressful. Divorce mediation also allows you to control the outcome of your divorce, not the judge.

However, if a divorce settlement is not possible, or not in your best interests, we will not hesitate to go to court to enforce your rights. Quite simply, our primary concern is helping you meet your legal goals and needs, and we will do everything in our power to help you achieve these goals.