Guiding You To A Better Future After Your Divorce
Getting divorced can be stressful. Your old patterns of living are changing and you face an uncertain future. Getting divorced can be a time of stress, uncertainty and anger. How you handle this transition and the divorce settlement you receive will shape your life for many years to come, so it is important to obtain experienced legal counsel at this critical point in time.
At The Law Offices of Conti, Levy & Salerno, LLC, in Torrington, Connecticut, we guide people through the divorce process and resolve related issues involving child custody, property division and support. Providing compassionate counsel and vigorous representation, we work to achieve the best possible result for every client in a timely, efficient and cost-effective manner.
Creative Divorce Solutions
The basic issues in most divorce cases are the same. Marital property must be divided, custody and visitation issues settled, and child and alimony matters resolved. But in a deeper sense, every divorce is unique. To make a successful transition to life after divorce, you need solutions that meet your needs and those of your children.
Steven H. Levy has practiced as a divorce attorney for more than 35 years. His experience spans the entire spectrum of divorce, ranging from amicable marital breakups to high-conflict divorces. Attorney Levy takes a flexible and creative approach to each Connecticut divorce. He will take time to understand your situation, answer your questions and develop a solution that addresses your needs and those of your children.
Negotiation, Mediation, Collaborative Law And Divorce Litigation
Torrington divorce attorney Steven H. Levy is a trained mediator and practitioner of collaborative law. Whenever possible, he recommends the use of negotiation or alternative dispute resolution techniques to produce results that resolve issues involving property division, child custody, child support and spousal support in a favorable manner.
However, these techniques may not work for every divorce case. An amicable or collaborative resolution may be particularly unsuitable for cases in which complex assets or issues are involved or where domestic violence or abuse has occurred. Steven H. Levy has extensive divorce trial experience, and if necessary, he will provide vigorous representation in court to protect your rights and interests.