The Law and Mediation Offices of Cheryl Stein
If you need a mediator or attorney to help you with a divorce or another matrimonial/family law matter, you are likely going through one of the most stressful times of your life. You may feel as if you are on an emotional roller coaster. There can be so many important decisions to make regarding finances and children. It can be hard to weigh them all while focusing on your future.
The Law and Mediation Offices of Cheryl Stein is a law office that is dedicated to mediation and matrimonial/family law.
WE UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR CASE AND EXECUTE SMART, STRATEGIC & SUCCESSFUL FAMILY LAW AND DIVORCE RESOLUTIONS.
It is reassuring to know that an experienced and compassionate mediator and attorney can help you. When it comes to family law, we understand that there is a lot at stake for you and your children. We guide people like you through these stressful times to a promising future that you can look forward to. Whether you are concerned about child custody, child support, visitation, spousal maintenance, division of marital assets, asset division for a high net worth divorce, modification or enforcement, we are committed to obtaining the best possible outcome for you.
We tenaciously advocate for your rights. We litigate, negotiate, and mediate, pursuant to your individual case's needs. We are committed to obtaining the best results for our clients. Our very high rate of client satisfaction and colleague respect and endorsements are great measures of our success. Our clients individual needs are always our number one focus and priority.
Call us at (646) 884-2324 to schedule a consultation. At that time, we will provide a detailed explanation of what we will do to address your family law needs. We are conveniently located in Manhattan and Brooklyn. We service New York City and the surrounding areas.
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