Welcome to the law office of Leslye M. Schlesinger. Ms. Schlesinger is a New City divorce attorney concentrating her practice on the Collaborative Law and Mediated Divorce processes. She serves clients in New City, Nyack, Pomona, Suffern, and all parts of Rockland County, as well as Westchester County who choose to avoid litigation in order to resolve their legal matters in the most efficient and effective manner.
With over 30 years of excellence and integrity, Leslye M. Schlesinger works with clients from Rockland County and Westchester County who would like to resolve their issues through a respectful negotiation process and without going to court. Through Mediation or Collaborative Divorce, Ms. Schlesinger effectively guides couples through methods that can save them time and money, retain control over their future, and keep private matters confidential through a constructive negotiation process focused on a common goal.
Attorney Schlesinger offers clients unmatched personalized attention and compassion that helps ease their stress in their time of need. Ms. Schlesinger is committed to every client. Every case is as important as the last. If you need quality legal services from an experienced mediator or collaborative lawyer, contact Leslye M. Schlesinger today.
The essence of the Collaborative Process is the belief that it is better for the clients and their families to resolve marital issues as respectfully as possible, avoiding the pitfalls of litigation. With the help of collaborative law attorneys and a team of experts, the couple can discuss terms of their divorce through civil negotiation sessions, leading to an amicable conclusion.
Mediation is a prevalent way to settle the issues necessary to end a marriage and avoid the problems of litigation. When a couple can come together to productively negotiate issues that would be otherwise decided by a judge, the family benefits. The process minimizes the impact on children, the outcome is easier to bear, and the couple saves time and money.
Contested divorces can be devastating to a family. When a couple addresses topics, including child support, child custody, property distribution, and alimony, it can become adversarial. Through Alternative Dispute Resolution, a couple can come to an agreement outside of court, avoiding the cost, time, and the emotional toll of litigation.
Leslye M. Schlesinger has practiced law in Rockland County for over 30 years. As a licensed Rockland County divorce mediator and Collaborative Law attorney, Ms. Schlesinger has guided countless clients through the alternatives to litigation. Ms. Schlesinger believes that when a couple can agree to marital issues outside of court, everyone benefits.