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Do Brooklyn Divorces Always Include A Trial?

No, the overwhelming majority of divorce cases are settled outside the courtroom, through negotiations between the parties and their attorneys.

Divorce trials are emotionally difficult and extremely expensive, so it’s not hard to see why most couples are able to find resolution to the issues in their divorce without things advancing to a trial.

When issues simply can’t be resolved at the negotiating table, a trial will be held to determine the final disposition of particular matters, from child custody to property and debt disputes.

Sometimes the parties are simply too far apart to allow for feasible resolutions, and in other cases, you and your attorney may not be in sync with your goals for the process.

Whatever the stumbling block, sometimes a second opinion from another attorney can help bring new options to the table and new ways to view obstacles that can save you from a trial.

The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino are some of the most experienced divorce attorneys in Brooklyn, and our record of negotiating and litigating on behalf of our clients speaks for itself.

If your divorce is headed to a trial you’d rather avoid, call us today at 718-725-9601 for a free consultation.

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