Smithtown Equitable Distribution Lawyer

"Equitable distribution" can be an elusive goal in negotiations during a contested or high-asset divorce. Ideally, both parties will equally divide assets, property, taxes and debts in discussions when a marriage is ending.

The matrimonial and family lawyers of Mullen and Iannarone, P.C., protect your rights — and your investment in your marriage — when a relationship must end. Our matrimonial and family lawyers on Long Island have the experience, legal knowledge, proven skills and track record of success that can benefit you.

Are you attempting to divide ownership of, or responsibility for, a closely held family business? Is your New York divorce being delayed because of differences over division of real estate or motor vehicles, or suspicions that one spouse is hiding assets?

At Mullen and Iannarone, P.C., our experienced attorneys are skilled negotiators and litigators who provide practical solutions to legal problems. When a contested or high net worth divorce becomes contentious, we are here when you need us.

Contact our trusted Smithtown law firm to arrange your initial consultation.

Dividing Marital Property In Commack Or On Long Island In New York?

We have the lawyers who work hard for positive results for our clients when assets and property must be divided during divorce, such as:

  • Real estate — primary, vacation and retirement residences
  • Motor vehicles
  • Bank accounts
  • Retirement, 401(k) and deferred income
  • Pensions, stocks, stock options and bonds
  • Memberships and collectibles
  • Inheritances and family heirlooms

Before your divorce gets underway, we listen carefully to your objectives and respond with realistic assessments of your chances for success. Mullen and Iannarone, P.C., divorce attorneys stay available to answer your questions and concerns throughout the process and keep you updated on the status of your legal matter.

Contact our Smithtown equitable distribution attorneys for an initial consultation. Call us at 631-406-4088 or send an email message.