Divorce

Legal Guidance For All Aspects Of Divorce

You and your spouse worked hard to keep your marriage intact, but it is time to move forward with a divorce. The choices you make at this critical juncture will affect your assets, living situation, child custody arrangement and many other important factors. It is important to work with a divorce attorney who can help you understand your options and guide you through this complex process.

I am Teresa M. Pare, the founding attorney of Teresa M. Pare Law Offices. I use my legal experience to provide wise legal advice in all aspects of separation and divorce, including:

  • Property distribution
  • Asset preservation
  • Alimony
  • Child support
  • Child custody and visitation

By providing counsel to make the decisions in your best interests, I can assist you to achieve your family law goals.

What Is Equitable Distribution?

When it comes to the division of property and other assets, New York is an equitable distribution state. This means that spouses must distribute all marital property equitably. Although property distribution arrangements are supposed to be fair and equitable, they sometimes favor one spouse. The best way to ensure that you receive the property arrangement you desire is to work with a lawyer who will advocate for you in negotiations or in court.

Experienced With Negotiation And Litigation

Usually, I can help my clients reach divorce settlements in negotiation. This tends to save each party time, money and effort. However, some cases simply must proceed to court. I am an experienced trial attorney with numerous successful outcomes. If the time comes, I will vigorously represent you and protect your rights in court.

Get The Guidance You Need, Today

When you schedule a consultation with Teresa M. Pare Law Offices, I am prepared to provide the counsel you need for your unique situation. Contact my law office at 585-484-1510 or send me an email to schedule your consultation. I provide prompt, responsive communication to every call or email.