Matrimonial & Family Law

Matrimonial & Family Law

With 100 years in combined experience in matrimonial and family law, you can rely on Sperber, Hoffman, Stein & Scampoli, LLP to provide you with superior representation during a turbulent time.  In addition to being accomplished litigators, we also empathize with the knowledge that a divorce or a Family Court proceeding is often one of most stressful and traumatic events a person will experience in his or her lifetime.  Whether you are considering commencing an action for divorce or pursuing litigation in the Family Court, or you have been served with papers, it is vital to have the guidance and support of a law firm you can trust.  We pride ourselves in working closely with our clients to achieve optimal results.

While we endeavor to aid our clients in achieving a speedy and amicable resolution of their matrimonial and family law matters, you can count on our firm for skilled and effective trial counsel.  Our knowledgeable and skilled attorneys are here to aid you in every step of your matrimonial and family law matters, including, but not limited to uncontested and contested divorces, same sex divorces, custody, parenting time, and relocation matters, applications for spousal support and child support, orders of protection, child abuse and neglect matters, grandparents’ rights, administrative (fair hearing) proceedings and post-judgment litigation.

Further, our firm also boasts significant experience in connection with alternative dispute resolution, including the negotiation and execution of stipulation of settlements, separation agreements and post-nuptial agreements.  We are also ready, willing, and able to assist clients in connection with divorce planning and asset protection, including prenuptial/antenuptial agreements.

Quite simply, our firm is proficient in handling all phases of your legal proceeding from inception to resolution, including trial and any necessary appeals, and we have earned a well-respected reputation with our clients, within the legal community, and throughout the Courts of the State of New York.