Divorce

Divorce Attorney In White Plains

Ending a marriage or dealing with conflicts in the aftermath of divorce can be tense and unsettling. You may have a wish list or certain identified goals, but it is often difficult to obtain precisely what you are seeking, and that is where my expertise and assistance becomes critically important.

My name is David Grauer. With more than 30 years of family law experience, I can provide both the compassionate guidance and the sophisticated representation to protect you, your children and your financial interests. I will listen to you, help you identify what is most important, and develop strategies to resolve disputes and achieve your goals.

Based in White Plains, I represent men and women throughout Westchester County and the New York City metro area. Contact me, a White Plains divorce attorney, to schedule an appointment or to have a telephone consultation.

Sophisticated Counsel and Representation in All Types of Divorce

I am a problem solver. My goal is a practical, efficient out-of-court resolution that protects your interests and avoids expensive proceedings that deplete resources and waste time.

I can quickly identify situations where the negotiations are not achieving the desired goal, and in those instances where litigation becomes unavoidable, I am a veteran trial lawyer who will fight for you to obtain the best possible outcome to resolve the contested divorce. I have handled hearings, trials and appellate cases at all levels, from high-asset and high-profile divorce battles to landmark precedent-setting appeals that have overturned Supreme Court decisions.

Whether representing you in a contested or uncontested divorce, I can help you get through your divorce and resolve all of the outstanding issues, including:

  • Child custody, visitation or access, including grandparents' rights to visitation and petitions for sole custody
  • Child support
  • Property, asset and debt division, including complex, high-asset divorces
  • Spousal maintenance (alimony)
  • Domestic violence and orders for protection

The state of New York also allows no-fault divorce. It is no longer necessary to allege grounds such as adultery, abandonment, or cruel and inhuman treatment, or to live apart for one year under a formal separation agreement. This is welcome news for people "held hostage" to a marriage that isn't working.

I offer a free phone consultation and flexible appointments. Call me at 877-517-0648 or e-mail me to schedule a convenient time to discuss your legal matter with an experienced Westchester child custody litigation lawyer.