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Do You Want to Go to Battle?

When it comes to divorce and family law, emotions tend to boil over. Especially when children and hard-earned property become the focus of a dispute, it is natural to want to go to battle. However, one question needs to be asked: Is this the best way to resolve the legal problem? While there are times where a battle may be necessary, there are other options. It is important to have an attorney who is prepared to handle both.

At the New York law firm of Kelton & Teichner in Queens, our attorneys take a thoughtful, reasoned approach to family law cases. With more than 30 years of experience, we know how to succeed when a battle is necessary, but we also know how to find winning solutions without having to wage a war in the first place. Ultimately, our goal is to provide you with the best results to meet your short-term and long-term needs. If that can be done without the cost of going to trial, we will guide you in that direction.

We are prepared to represent clients facing all aspects of divorce, including debates over child support and child custody issues.

The lawyers at Kelton & Teichner offer a complimentary consultation. We will provide you with thoughtful feedback about your situation. To schedule an appointment, call our firm at 800-419-7751 or contact us using our online case information form.

Kelton & Teichner Offers Comprehensive Family Law Solutions

Our comprehensive family law services are available to clients in Queens County and Nassau County, including:

Personal Attention Every Step of the Way

Your case will be handled personally by one of our experienced lawyers. We always start by listening to you and learning about your goals. Regardless of how your case is resolved, you can be confident that we are dedicated to doing what is right for you.

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Call 800-419-7751 or send an email to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced New York family law lawyers. We are available 24 hours a day in emergency situations. Se habla español.

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