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For more than 30 years, The Nelson Law Office P.C. and its predecessor, The Law Offices of Robert N. Nelson, have been representing husbands and wives confronted with the often traumatic experience of divorce. Their matters range from simple uncontested cases to complex litigation. The firm strives to find solutions to the problems faced by its clients in the resolution of financial, family and custodial issues by means of negotiated settlements, or should it become necessary, through contested litigation.

In addition to being dedicated advocates for their clients, the firm's attorneys are also experienced divorce mediators for those couples desirous of resolving their issues through the mediation process.

The firm provides its clients with the highest standard of legal representation and inventive approaches toward the achievement of client objectives. The attorneys have litigated hundreds of contested divorce, matrimonial, and family matters, and have represented thousands of clients in resolving their issues through negotiation or mediation.

To learn more about the attorneys and the services the firm provides, please browse our website or contact us directly. All inquiries are confidential. We invite you to call us at (516) 223-5500 to arrange for a free initial consultation.

Attorney Advertising; Disclaimer: The information provided through this website is of a general nature and does not constitute legal advice. This site is not a substitute for legal advice from a matrimonial or family law attorney, and, as with any legal matter, you should seek the advice of an attorney before making any decisions regarding the specifics of your situation. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Also, note that sending an e-mail or other communication to our firm by itself does not create an attorney-client relationship. In order for our firm to render legal advice or take any action on your behalf, you must first formally retain our attorneys as your counsel.