Practice Areas

Child Custody

When parents decide separation is in their best interests, they must decide how to handle the needs of their children during that time. Staten Island child custody attorneys can help arrange child custody plans that will keep the best interests of the children in mind, while preserving parental rights and influence whenever possible. If you are facing a divorce or separation, and want to ensure that you retain the right to have an influence on your kids in the process, the Soren Law Group is ready to help. ...Read More...

Child Support

When you and your child's other parent don't live together and/or can't agree on financial responsibilities relating to your child, a court-approved child support order is often required. If you are involved in a child support case, consider hiring the skilled Staten Island Child Support Attorneys of the Soren Law Group. ...Read More...

Collaborative Law

When a married couple has come to the conclusion that separation is the best option for both parties, going to court is not necessarily a given. In fact, divorce or separation can be handled entirely out of court, with the right legal help. Collaborative law allows the couple to work with their individual lawyers and other family professionals to come to a mutually beneficial agreement that protects their interests and the interests of their children, without going to court. If you feel that you can reach an agreement without the need to go to court, the Soren Law Group is ready to help. ...Read More...

Divorce

Divorce is one of the most difficult transitions you will make in life. These cases are often filled with anxiety and emotional turmoil, and they can be traumatic for everyone involved. For this reason, it's important to have a qualified divorce attorney in your corner to help you navigate the process as painlessly as possible. ...Read More...

Pre-Nuptial & Post-Nuptial Agreements

On their wedding day, most couples are not thinking about the possibility of a future separation or divorce. However, for some couples, it is wise to prepare for this possibility, no matter how remote it might be. To protect one or both parties' assets during a future divorce or after the death of one spouse, a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement may be necessary. The skilled Staten Island Nuptial Attorneys of Soren Law Group understand all of the nuances of this practice area, and we can help you ensure that the contract you sign accurately represents your interests. ...Read More...