New York Child Custody Attorneys

Any family can find themselves confronted with complex New York child custody issues. Whether you are part of a married couple with children, are an unmarried parent or are in a same-sex relationship, Goldschmidt and Genovese, LLP can provide the experienced legal representation necessary to ensure that your needs are met as your family structure changes.

Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP, is dedicated to providing strategic solutions in complex divorce and child custody matters throughout Westchester County and surrounding areas of New York. The firm is led by attorneys Sylvia Goldschmidt and Donna M. Genovese, whose vast experience as New York child custody lawyers has earned them a reputation for excellence among their peers in the legal community.

They work with clients personally to achieve goals in child-related matters:

  • Custody, sole, shared or joint
  • Decision-making
  • Negotiation of parenting time and visitation schedules
  • Issues of primary residency and physical versus legal custody
  • Modification of custody agreements
  • Parent and child relocation agreements
  • Child custody enforcement
  • Grandparents' rights
  • Custody rights for unmarried parents
  • Custody rights for same-sex couples

Child custody issues commonly arise during divorce proceedings. It is typically an emotionally challenging time for all parties involved. In an effort to reduce the stress clients face, the firm provides forthright information, helping them understand how child custody is viewed under New York law and what can be done to achieve their goals.

Thorough, strategic analysis is offered in every case to facilitate effectiveness in negotiations of settlements and success in courtroom proceedings.

Contact Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP

To schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer at Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP, contact the firm directly either online or by telephone at 800-406-2275.

For client convenience, the firm also offers off-site appointments outside of Westchester County as necessary.