Rockland County residents trust in the legal services of Leslye M. Schlesinger. Ms. Schlesinger is honored to have assisted New City clients for over 30 years. Ms. Schlesinger’s New City law firm effectively represents clients facing divorce, including the issues of child custody, child support, spousal support, and more, through alternative dispute resolution. Two types of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) suitable to matrimonial dissolution matters are Mediation and Collaborative Divorce. They can both save you time and money while you focus on the future. If you need a Rockland County divorce attorney to guide you through Mediation or Collaborative Divorce, contact Leslye M. Schlesinger today.
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If you are facing a Rockland County divorce, you should speak to an attorney immediately. Divorce can be handled through alternative dispute resolution, namely Collaborative Divorce or Mediation. Avoiding litigation is a beneficial way to end a marriage or resolve other family law issues. Rockland County residents who need to save money and time should consider Collaborative Divorce or Mediation. If you want to keep your private matter confidential instead of airing your personal matters on the public record, alternative dispute resolution is a good option for you. When a couple can decide on legal matters for themselves, they are usually much more satisfied with the results as their fate lies in their own hands. If you are facing Rockland County divorce with issues of child support, child custody, spousal support, and/or property distribution, contact Leslye M. Schlesinger.
Rockland County has a lot to offer
Rockland County is a wonderful place to live, work, and visit. Situated just north of Bergen County and along the west bank of the Hudson River, Rockland County offers natural wonders, communities that are safe and secure, schools that are outstanding, and easy access to New York City. With a vast network of state and county park lands, people from New York City and New Jersey come to Rockland in order to enjoy Harriman State Park, Bear Mountain State Park, and the park system that parallels the Hudson River all the way down to the border of New Jersey and beyond.
Rockland County is made up of 5 towns that encompass a multitude of villages and hamlets. The 5 towns of Rockland are Haverstraw, Ramapo, Stony Point, Orangetown, and Clarkstown. Within those towns, Rockland celebrates communities like Nyack, Piermont, New City, Nanuet, and many other towns that exude the Rockland County identity.
A Rockland County Law Firm
Leslye M. Schlesinger is proud to call Rockland County home. Her New City law firm, located on Main Street right near the court complex of Rockland County, is in a prime location with easy parking and accessibility. Clients traveling from all over Rockland County find the commute easy. When clients from Rockland County get to know Ms. Schlesinger, they are happy they picked the right attorney for divorce matter. Collaborative Divorce or Mediation might be the best option for your situation. If you are interested in Mediation or Collaborative Divorce in order to move past contested divorce and family law issues, contact the New City law office of Leslye M. Schlesinger.
1 South Main Street, Suite 300
New City, New York 10956
Phone: (845) 483-8210
Fax: (845) 638-5319