Providing Divorce Representation in Buffalo Since 1980
Regardless of how or why your marriage is ending, you can certainly benefit greatly from the counsel of a skilled Buffalo Divorce Lawyer. At the Law Offices of Randy H. Gugino, we thoroughly advise you on how to handle issues like child support, child custody, spousal maintenance, and the division of property and assets. Our Buffalo-based law firm has more than three decades of experience representing the best interests of divorcing spouses throughout Western New York. We have an in-depth knowledge of divorce law and know how to move cases forward timely and efficiently.
The majority of spouses seeking to dissolve their marriage do so through an uncontested divorce. In an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse agree on issues like spousal maintenance, child custody, child support, and property division, and therefore do not require the assistance of the court to determine these issues. No matter how amicable your relationship is with your spouse, it is in your best interest to seek the knowledgeable advice of an experienced Buffalo Divorce Attorney. Schedule an appointment to talk with Randy H. Gugino for a free initial consultation. Attorney Gugino has over 30 years experience helping people just like you through a multitude of divorce and family law matters. Let his experience and dedication work for you.
Unfortunately, not all couples agree on how to handle child custody, spousal maintenance, child support, and property division issues. Spouses who cannot resolve these issues must rely on the court system. A contested divorce can last several weeks, or months, and in some cases a year or more. Because a contested divorce is a legal battle, it is essential that you retain skilled counsel. At the Law Offices of Randy H. Gugino, we have been providing residents of Buffalo and Western New York with trustworthy legal advice since 1980. Contact us today for a free consultation and let our experience work for you.
Grounds for Divorce in New York
In 2010, New York became the last state to recognize no-fault as a grounds for divorce. If you wish to file for divorce in New York, you may cite an irretrievable breakdown of marriage as your reason. No matter how complex your divorce case, we are here to provide you the guidance and advice you need to ensure your best interests are protected. Schedule a free consultation with our experienced Buffalo Divorce Attorneys today.
Contact Our Experienced Buffalo Divorce Attorneys
The Law Offices of Randy H. Gugino is committed to the needs of clients seeking Divorce in Buffalo, New York. To schedule a free, no obligation, initial consultation with Attorney Randy H. Gugino, contact us by phone at (716) 833-8455 for dedicated legal representation you can count on.