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Oneida County Family Law Attorney

Compassionate Divorce Lawyer with 30+ Years of Experience

When times get tough and you’re facing important decisions for your family’s future, allow our Oneida County family law attorney to stand by your side. We understand how difficult the idea of divorce and other high-stakes family matters can be, especially when children are involved. Our mission is to help you accomplish your goals seamlessly and comfortably, so you can feel confident that your decision works in everyone’s best interests.

Our award-winning lawyer has a proven track record of helping clients reach favorable outcomes and move forward happily. Whether it be divorce, child custody or domestic violence, to name a few, we can handle your situation empathetically and strategically so that no detail is overlooked. Our attorney understands the far-reaching impacts of divorce and family law matters and will advocate tirelessly for your goals, including proactive preparation for the unexpected to best prevent any potential issues.

Contact us today at (888) 913-3992 for the dedicated representation you need!

Our Divorce & Family Law Practice Areas

We obtain thorough experience handling a wide range of family-related legal cases such as wills, real estate, personal injury and appeals. However, our practice mainly focuses on:

  • Child Custody - Disputing child custody or fighting for custody through a divorce can cause a great deal of fear, anxiety and stress in your life. It is vitally important that you are able to show that you can provide an environment and livelihood that is in the child's best interests.
  • Child Support - If you are the non-custodial parent of your biological child, you may be responsible for support payments. This is true whether you have established paternity over a child born out of wedlock, or if you have been through a divorce.
  • Divorce - Dissolution of marriage is often a difficult, and sometimes extremely hostile, situation. It is crucial to your future that you have representation that can help you through the process.
  • Domestic Violence - Cruel and inhumane treatment is one of the seven grounds for divorce, but more importantly, it can cause severe psychological damage to children who are exposed to this violence. You may be able to obtain relocation if you are the custodial parent of your child and the victim of this abuse.
  • Property Division - One of the most highly contested issues in divorce is property division. If you entered your marriage without a prenuptial agreement, and continued without a postnuptial agreement, your property and assets could be subject to division.
  • Spousal Maintenance - Spousal support refers to payments that you make to your ex-spouse after a divorce to help them get back on their feet. The payments are calculated based on your ability to contribute, their standard of living, and their ability to find sufficient work.
  • Visitation - After establishing paternity, you may have the right to visitation or even custody of your child in some cases. In addition, after a divorce, you may be given visitation rights. If you need a modification to these, then seek our representation.
  • Modifications - There are many situations where provisions after divorce need to be modified. If you are unable to make child or spousal support payments, or if these payments are not sufficient, then you may be able to have the amount modified to better suit your needs.
  • Relocations - If you are the custodial parent of a child after a divorce, you may be prevented from moving your child a certain distance away from the non-custodial parent. In order to do this, you may need a relocation order from the court.
  • Orders of Protection - If you have been the victim of domestic violence or abuse, and you are seeking a divorce, you may want an order of protection until the divorce is final. In addition, you may want a restraining order to ensure the safety of yourself and your family after the divorce.

Our team is in your corner. None of the matters listed above are simple and straightforward: They require time, strategy and detailed planning. Not to mention, these situations require personable legal counsel to help accomplish your goals effectively. As such, we will approach your circumstances compassionately and will treat your needs with the utmost care and respect.

You are not alone. Call (888) 913-3992 to schedule your free consultation today!

Why Hire Us?

Countless other firms do what we do, but not all of those firms have the qualities we have:

  • We provide personal attention for each client.
  • We pay strict attention to detail.
  • Our understanding of the process lets us pursue effective results.
  • We offer free consultations to review your options.
  • We provide award-winning advocacy on behalf of children.
  • Our attorney has experience litigating in state & federal courts.

With a strong attorney-client relationship and personalized guidance throughout the process, you will be informed on every detail of your case and have the liberty to speak with us about any changes, worries and questions you have without hesitation. TheLaw Office of Diane Martin-Grande is here for you in your time of need.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us online or call (888) 913-3992 to learn how we can help you!

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