Compassionate, Caring And Professional Services

For over 35 years

Bankruptcy
Divorce
Family Law Services

Compassionate Counsel For You And Your Family

The Divorce And Matrimonial Law Services You Need To Move Forward

The one certainty about a New York divorce is that life will change dramatically for everyone involved. I listen carefully to my clients and take the time to understand their unique goals. Whether you can reach agreements on key issues, need guidance through each step in the process or must resolve serious disputes regarding child custody or other matters, I will present you with options and passionately represent you at the negotiation table or in the courtroom.

Men and women throughout Broome County, Tioga County and surrounding communities also turn to me for help with family law challenges during or following divorce. My practice encompasses adoption, grandparents’ rights, child support modifications and more. I am aggressive in litigation when needed, but find that the great majority of issues can be settled favorably through strategic preparation and negotiation.

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Let’s Find A Way To Relieve Your Debt Burden

In today’s complex and volatile economy, almost anyone can accumulate too much debt to handle. Often, people wait too long to get solid information about Chapter 7 bankruptcy, sacrificing assets they could have kept and laboring fruitlessly to make headway against high-interest debts that could be wiped out.

I will sit down with you and carefully assess your financial situation and eligibility to file bankruptcy. My mission as your bankruptcy lawyer will be to help you find the best path to a more stable, prosperous financial future.

Reach Out And Learn How I Can Help You And Your Family

For a consultation on your family law or debt-related concerns, call my Binghamton or Johnson City law offices at 607-821-0100, toll free at 866-539-2596 or contact me via email at anytime.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.