Custody For Unmarried Parents In Long Island, New York, And Surrounding Areas
In New York, unmarried parents have the same parental rights as married parents. The custody considerations and process are generally the same. However, fathers must face the additional hurdle of ensuring that their parentage is recognized under the law.
At the law firm of Stone Studin Young & Nigro Law Group, LLP, we assist unwed parents with navigating these legal hurdles and protecting their parental rights. Whether you need assistance in paternity proceedings or legal counsel regarding child custody for unmarried parents in Long Island, New York, and the surrounding areas, we can help.
Personalized Attention From Experienced Advisers
When you look to our firm for guidance, you will gain a team of professionals devoted to helping you achieve a favorable outcome. Our attorneys and staff will work together to provide you with high-quality, one-on-one service.
Jill C. Stone has been practicing in family law for more than 26 years. Having also served as a court-appointed attorney for children in the Family Court and Supreme Court of Nassau County, she understands the needs of children as well as effective strategies for navigating custody issues.
Protecting Your Parental Rights
As a parent, you deserve to remain involved in your children’s lives. Not only do you need to spend adequate time with your children, but you are also entitled to have a hand in their upbringing and a say in major decisions that impact them.
As strong defenders of parental rights, we understand the importance of preserving your relationship with your children.
We also genuinely value your children’s well-being. We are strong proponents of the New York Children’s Bill of Rights, which aims to educate parents on how to minimize the harmful affects of custody disputes on children. We provide a copy of this document to each client.
Our lawyers can guide you through all custody-related legal issues, including:
- Paternity petitions and acknowledgements
- Custody agreements
- Child support and other benefits for children
Contact Our Nassau County Child Custody Attorneys
To speak with a family law attorney about your legal rights and options, call 516-679-4300. For your convenience, Evening appointments are available, and we accept credit cards.