Greher Law Offices, P.C. - Newburgh Family Law Attorney
Experienced Hudson Valley Attorneys

Experienced Hudson Valley Attorneys

More than 40 years of experience

More than 40 years of experience

Aggressive Legal Representation

Aggressive Legal Representation

Newburgh Divorce Lawyer

When a couple decides to file for divorce, there are many complex issues to resolve and questions to answer. How is alimony/spousal support determined? How much child support will I have to pay? Can I stay in my home? Are modifications possible? How do prenuptial agreements affect a divorce? These are common questions that divorce clients understandably want answers to.

The highly experienced New Windsor divorce attorneys at the Greher Law Offices, P.C., can help you with all your divorce matters. With more than 60 years of combined experience, we provide quality and effective family law representation to divorce clients throughout the New Windsor, New York, area.

Schedule your free initial consultation today. Contact us online or call 845-764-4268..

New York No-Fault Divorce

Recently, New York has amended its divorce law to allow no-fault divorce under limited circumstances. No-fault divorce is only for those situations in which parties are able to find an amicable resolution to divorce issues such as child custody and visitation, property division and alimony. The divorce is considered “uncontested.” In addition, parties must show that the marriage has been “irretrievably broken” for six months or more. This is usually proven if the parties have lived in separate residences for at least six months.

Fault Divorce

Unless parties can find a resolution to all custody and financial issues in a divorce, a no-fault divorce is not an option. The divorce is considered “contested.” The parties must allege a proper “ground” for divorce such as:

  • Adultery
  • Abandonment
  • Inhumane treatment
  • Cruelty
  • Imprisonment
  • Living apart for one year

Property Division: Equitable Distribution of Assets and Debts

What can be a contentious issue in a divorce is the division of marital assets. In New York, all marital property is divided “equitably.” Where the issue often lies is what assets and liabilities are considered marital and which are nonmarital. We can help you reach an amicable resolution for this and all other divorce issues. While we have strong negotiation skills, we are not afraid to go to trial and are always ready and prepared to do so. At our firm, we fight for our divorce clients.

Contact Our Newburgh Child Custody Lawyers

The Newburgh child custody lawyers at the Greher Law Offices, P.C., work hard to obtain the best possible results for your particular divorce situation. If you are interested in scheduling your free initial consultation, please contact us online or call 845-764-4268. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and we have evening and weekend appointments available.