Our Divorce Law firm is pleased to represent clients throughout Nassau County and Suffolk County in all domestic relations matters including orders of protection, prenuptial and post nuptial agreements, visita...
Long Island Divorce & Family Law Attorneys
The Divorce Law firm of Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., P.C. was founded to assist you in protecting your family and assets in all matters of divorce and family law issues, ranging from contested divorce and child custody cases to collaborative divorce and divorce mediation to Long Island families like yours. Centrally located on Long Island between Nassau County and Suffolk County, our clean and comfortable offices are on Route 110 in Melville, New York.
Our Divorce Law firm is pleased to represent clients throughout Nassau County and Suffolk County in all domestic relations matters including orders of protection, prenuptial and post nuptial agreements, visitation and spousal support. Regardless of the family law issues or complexity of your situation, you can rely on the dedicated, loyal, representation of our experienced team of family law lawyers to help you succeed in accomplishing your goals.
Our legal team of Nassau County and Suffolk County family law attorneys will assist you with personal, trustworthy, honest, knowledgeable and affordable representation in any family law matter.
Because of the depth of the combined experience of our family law lawyers, our divorce law firm has an appreciation and sensitivity to your needs and objectives, the divorce attorneys of Robert E. Hornberger, Esq. P.C. afford you the ability to make intelligent and well-informed decisions as to the direction, progress and ultimate resolution of your matter, whether by way of settlement or litigation.
All Members and Associates are members of the New York State Bar Association.
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