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New York Family Court Lawyers

Strength in family court proceedings is founded in thorough preparation, attention to detail and an ability to advocate zealously for clients’ rights. Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP, is known for protecting the best interests of individuals facing family law matters throughout New York.

Managing partners and have a reputation for excellence in resolving cases, whether by trial or settlement. While skillful negotiation is often a key element to success in this arena, they approach every case with the same level of planning and preparation necessary for courtroom proceedings.

If you are concerned about your or your family’s safety or need help upholding your rights in complex family law disputes, contact Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP.

Attorneys With Skill In Domestic Violence And Family Court Issues

Family court is a specialized court that hears cases related to children and family law matters. Cases typically involve family law issues such as paternity, child custody and child support, but also can involve concerns about family safety and well-being, such as:

  • Domestic violence
  • Protective orders
  • Child abuse and neglect
  • Spousal abuse
  • Juvenile delinquency
  • Persons in need of supervision (PNS)

These issues can be complex and outside of the scope of understanding for many family law attorneys. Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP, takes on particularly challenging cases throughout Westchester County and surrounding areas of New York and achieves favorable results in the protection of client rights.

Straightforward, transparent legal information, clear guidance through family court proceedings and forceful advocacy in trial are offered to every client in every case.

Contact Information

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.