NEW YORK FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY
DELIVERING SOLUTIONS TO FAMILY ISSUES
Douglas M. Colbert, a New York family law attorney, helps clients throughout the metropolitan area resolve a wide range of issues, from filing divorce to addressing domestic violence problems.
Mr. Colbert's office was previously located in the landmark Empire State Building for over 35 years and then moved to the Lincoln Building and now located at 122 East 42nd Street, Suite 2100, New York, NY 10168, where he provides clients with the personal legal attention that their situations need and deserve. He consistently takes the time and effort to ensure that his clients’ interests and wishes are well-represented.
Mr. Colbert has helped countless clients through divorces. Testimonials from past clients reveal Mr. Colbert’s commitment to his job and his clients. If you would like a free 15- to 30-minute telephone consultation or a free rate quote, do not hesitate to contact our New York family law attorney.
FILING DIVORCE IN NEW YORK
Mr. Colbert has extensive experience handling simple and complex divorces:
- Child support
- Child custody
- Visitation rights
- Matrimonial law
- Contested divorce
- Uncontested divorce
- Military divorce
- Premarital agreements
- Separation agreements
- Marital agreements
- Marital property settlements
- Marital property law and settlements
- Equitable distribution
- Spousal support (alimony)
Mr. Colbert understands that divorces can be emotionally trying for clients. He is committed to providing caring, professional service and is not afraid to fight for your interests.
The firm also handles uncontested divorces and seeks to make the legal process in such cases as quick and painless as possible.
OTHER FAMILY LAW ISSUES
In addition to divorce, Douglas M. Colbert, Esq. represents and advises clients facing other types of family law matters:
- Child abuse and neglect
- Termination of parental rights
- Domestic relations
- Domestic violence
- Post Divorce Modification
- Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs)
- Restraining orders
- Fathers' rights
- Parental rights
- Parenting time
- Interstate support
- Interstate child custody
- Grandparents' custody
- Grandparents' visitation rights
- Name changes
Family law can often involve other practice areas such as will and estate planning or real estate law or the purchase and sale of small businesses. We can help you with those issues, too.
Contact our New York City law firm if you need representation or advice regarding a family law issue.