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New York Same-Sex Divorce Attorney

Due to New York’s Marriage Equality Act, passed in 2011, same-sex couples are now able to legally marry and must consider the legal implications of personal relationships. This may involve prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, shared financial interests, family planning matters such as adoption or surrogacy, and issues of marriage dissolution and divorce.

If you are in a same-sex relationship and are thinking about getting married, or are married and are considering divorce, make sure to protect your personal interests. Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP, works with people to find customized solutions to these kinds of complex personal and legal matters.

Along with the benefits of marriage come many challenging decisions. What will happen if you and your spouse separate? Are your personal finances protected? If you have children together, do you have clear, enforceable rights as a parent?

Domestic Partnership Agreements In Westchester County And Surrounding Areas Of New York

As New York family law attorneys, and of Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP, work with same-sex and other domestic partnership clients on an individual basis, helping them understand the options available for family planning and dispute settlement.

The firm handles the full scope of family law and divorce matters for same-sex couples or other domestic partners, including:

The attorneys of Goldschmidt & Genovese, LLP, take the time to answer client questions, inform them of their rights and create a roadmap for how to achieve goals in the legal realm. Representation is tailored to each case in detailed legal transactions, skillfully negotiated agreements and aggressive representation in court.

Contact Us

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.