Divorce Lawyer in Suffolk County Marks Three Decades Of Legal Service

Simonetti & Associates, Nassau County Divorce Lawyer launched their practice in 1990. Since then, the firm members have accrued more than a combined seven decades of experience.

Syosset NY, United States - September 18, 2019 / / —

Simonetti & Associates are pleased to announce that the top divorce lawyer in Suffolk County has been providing legal counsel in the practice area of family law since the firm's establishment in 1990. The Long Island family and divorce law firm offers high-quality counsel and affordable rates. The attorneys have more than 70 years of combined experience managing complex cases, primarily focused on the areas of divorce, divorce mediation, and other family law matters. They can put their experience to work for clients.

Simonetti & Associates understands that, regardless of the net worth of the clients, they don't want to squander money on the divorce. The firm strives to provide high-quality legal representation that is expected from a prestigious firm while working to keep legal costs at a minimum. Whether the clients live in Massapequa, Huntington, Smithtown, Hicksville, Great Neck, Riverhead, or any town in between, the firm voted Best Divorce Lawyer on Long Island, Simonetti & Associates, is here to help.

Further details http://www.bestlongislanddivorce.com/divorce-lawyer-in-suffolk-county/

A spokesperson for the law firm explained, “Our founding member is a born-and-raised native of Long Island who has practiced law here his entire career. We understand the issues that most concern members of our community. Our main office, located in Syosset, New York, has available parking and is near major highways. We also maintain an office in downtown New York for our clients’ convenience.”

“We provide numerous effective options to keep your costs down” he continued. “Because divorce trials can be expensive, we offer mediation services and assist clients who wish to participate in this alternative to protracted litigation. We use cost-effective discovery tools to seek information in support of your case. When a trial is inevitable, we discuss ways to present your matter fully to the judge while keeping it as short and efficient as possible. Our attorneys are acquainted with the judges, judicial staff and other divorce lawyers in the Nassau & Suffolk County areas, which helps us resolve many cases without the necessity of a trial.

Further details can be found at Simonetti & Associates

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Contact Info:
Name: Simonetti & Associates
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Organization: Simonetti & Associates
Address: 575 Underhill Blvd Suite 127, Syosset NY 11791
Phone: (877) 385-2560
Website: http://www.bestlongislanddivorce.com/divorce-lawyer-in-suffolk-county/

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