Professional Advice for Complicated Divorces
For people with assets including real estate, a divorce may require the consideration of complex legal, tax, and business issues. To cope with such complicated legal issues it is important to have a knowledgeable and well-educated attorney, advocating for your rights. Contactthe Law Offices of Joy Y. Frank to learn more about protecting your business and assets during a divorce.
Our firm, located in White Plains, New York, and serving clients throughout Westchester County, New York, represents all kinds of people, of different cultures and backgrounds during divorce mediation and litigation. Joy Y. Frank is a divorce lawyer with over 15 years of legal experience counseling people about protecting their interests.
Advocating for the Rights of Children
As an involved and active parent herself, Ms. Frank believes that children should be the most important consideration during any divorce. Our firm will protect the best interests of your children. We represent parents in both contested and uncontested divorces, advocating for their rights in disputes about child support, custody, and visitation. We will petition the court to modify and enforce child custody and support orders, if a parent is delinquent in paying child support, or if there has been a substantial change in circumstances.
Protecting Your Business and Financial Interests
Throughout the divorce process, collaborative divorce, mediation or litigation, divorce lawyer Joy Y. Frank sensitively handles disputes requiring a keen understanding about tax consequences, property appraisals, net-worth considerations, and business issues, for families with substantial financial assets.
Our firm is skilled in handling complex issues related to the equitable division of property, including discovering hidden assets, statements of net-worth, and marital properties.
In order to protect parental and financial rights during a divorce or legal separation, contact the Law Offices of Joy Y. Frank for an initial consultation. We represent people throughout New York State, including people in Yonkers and Westchester County.