Family law Brooklyn New York
Call (718) 624-0843 or contact us now online using the contact form to the right.
Having a family law issue can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. Whether it is a divorce, a child custody dispute, or collecting child support from the other parent, you need an experienced family law attorney who can help you through the process, who can tell you what your options are, and who can get a satisfactory result for you and your kids.
Our qualified family lawyers handle a wide variety of family law matters including the following:
- Legal separations;
- Child custody;
- Child support;
- Visitation; and
- Most other matters relating to family law.
The Brooklyn Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service is Brooklyn’s oldest and largest attorney referral service, and is the only referral service in Brooklyn that has been certified by the American Bar Association.
We can refer you to an attorney in any of the five Boroughs of New York, as well as the neighboring Counties of Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland, and Westchester.
We have over 150 prescreened New York lawyers with expertise in virtually all areas of the law. Each lawyer on our panel must meet or exceed very high standards of experience and qualifications.
Do not leave the outcome of your matrimonial case to chance.
How does the Brooklyn Lawyer Referral Service work?
Call us at (718) 624-0843 or contact us now online. Our friendly, trained staff will listen to you and hep connect you with a family law attorney who is right for you.
Our prescreened family law attorneys have on average over 10 years of experience and are continually being evaluated for customer satisfaction by our staff of counselors.
What Does It Cost?
There is a nominal $25 consultation fee for family law cases which entitles you to up to one-half hour with the qualified attorney to whom you were referred. The attorney will not charge you any additional fee during this first 30-minute meeting. This administrative fee is payable by cash or money order.
After the first meeting with the family law attorney, you should discuss with the lawyer the cost of additional advice or representation. There are no further charges to you from the LRS and you are under no obligation to hire the family attorney to whom you have been referred.