“We effectively resolve marital issues, so that you may engage the future with confidence.”
– Steven Levine
Steve Jon Levine, Esq.
We provide highly skilled representation in all aspects of family law, including divorce, legal separation, custody disputes, child and spousal support, post-nuptial agreements, property division, paternity, grandparent’s rights, enforcement of judgments and orders and post-divorce decree modification.
Main: (914) 946-6641
Fax: (914) 227-9995
222 Bloomingdale Road, Suite 304
The legal professionals in our office are here to help you every step of the way.
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Steven Jon Levine, Esq. offers legal representation by highly skilled professionals to serve your legal needs. If you wish to meet with an attorney or simply have a legal question, please contact our office.
Whether you are facing a divorce or are simply preparing wisely for marriage, you will require the assistance of experienced Family Law professionals to assist you in navigating the complex Family Law system. The Law Firm of Steven Jon Levine, Esq., takes a pro-active approach to resolving divorce, custody, property, support, relocation and other Family Law disputes in a cost effective manner. Our legal services include negotiation, mediation, collaborative law and litigation. We carefully listen to our clients to determine their priorities and then structure legal strategies to achieve their objectives.
During a legal career encompassing over four decades and prior to establishing his present firm, Steven Jon Levine was the principal matrimonial member of the firm of Vittoria & Forsythe, …
Elizabeth Zelman Friedman, Esq. is a advocate who is highly skilled in the resolution of difficult matrimonial and family law cases and in the representation of clients who require the protection of prenuptial and marital agreements.
Elizabeth Zelman Friedman, Esq., has over 25 years of legal experience, concentrating in the areas of residential real estate transactions, including purchase, sale and re-financing matters with representation of sellers, …
Sally A. Maurice has been an administrative/legal assistant for over 40 years, working with attorneys representing clients in matters involving matrimonial law, personal injury, wills, trusts and estates and commercial and private …
Our lawyers will provide knowledgeable guidance to address the financial and legal impact of divorce, separation and other family law matters. We will work closely with you to provide attentive and prompt service and sound legal advice. Our lawyers are prepared to address marital and family law issues through negotiation, litigation, mediation, or by utilizing a collaborative law approach. During the initial consultation, you will receive a clear explanation of the law which impacts you and outlines your rights as a client. The consultation will address your needs and answer your questions about family law matters in New York State, including divorce, legal separation, custody, parental access, spousal and child support, the equitable distribution of property, orders of protection and issues involving grandparents’ rights.
We are available for consultation at convenient hours. You will find us to be highly professional, accessible, knowledgeable and caring about our clients and the best interests of their children.
Steven Jon Levine, Esq.
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