Frequently Asked Questions
Answers from Our Yonkers Divorce Attorney
Since our inception, our
Yonkers divorce lawyer has received numerous questions from clients regarding their
family law and divorce cases. At The Law Firm of Wayne F. Crowe, Jr., P.C., we know
how difficult this situation is on the entire family. Because of this,
it is our goal to always provide our clients with highly ethical, high-quality
legal representation. We’ve heard your questions, and we have your
answers. Below you will find answers to some of the frequently asked questions
we receive at our firm. We hope that this proves to be beneficial to you.
Have a question not answered below? Call (914) 752-5333 today for a
free case consultation with our legal team.
What’s the difference between
contested and uncontested divorce?
In a contested divorce, neither party can agree on the various terms regarding
child custody and support, spousal support, asset division, or visitation.
In an uncontested divorce, both parties work together in a friendly manner
to agree on all or a majority of the factors involved in a divorce.
Can I modify a court order after a divorce?
Due to many different circumstances, it is entirely possible to modify
court orders regarding child custody, child support, and spousal support.
Perhaps one parent is moving away, or one ex-spouse was able to secure
gainful employment. To learn if your circumstance would justify a modification,
reach out to us today and we will explain your options.
My spouse and I are divorcing. Is mediation an option?
Mediation is always an option for divorcing couples to consider if they want to
keep the matters private and out of the courtroom. Furthermore, if you
can amicably agree upon the terms of the divorce, mediation can save you
time and money, as well as protect your family.
I’ve tried to contact other attorneys to no avail.
What makes you different?
At The Law Firm of Wayne F. Crowe, Jr., P.C., our Yonkers divorce lawyer
prioritizes trust and communication. This means that we are always honest
with you and will always reach out to you in order to discuss facets of
your case. We also aim to remain available to you when you need us most.
How much would my case cost?
It would be impossible — and irresponsible — for us to try
and give you a price. Because every case is different and unique circumstances
can determine the duration, the costs always vary. Should you speak with
us about your case, we will work to give you an idea regarding you case
and put your mind at ease. Aside from this, you should know that we always
use reasonable billing practices so you know what to expect.
Call us at (914) 752-5333 today.