The Gordon Law, P.C. - Rochester Family and Divorce Lawyer Division Is Now Serving Clients In The Monroe County Area

May 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Rochester, NY - The Gordon Law, P.C. - Rochester Family and Divorce Lawyer division is proud to announce their expansion to the Rochester area. They have experienced and knowledgeable lawyers that can now serve clients in approximately 21 counties in New York for virtually all major practice areas such as personal injury, foreclosure defense and bankruptcy law, criminal law, divorce and family law, employment discrimination and labor law, immigration law, business and corporation law, estate planning and elder care law and real estate law.

The team of lawyers at the Gordon Law, P.C. - Rochester Family and Divorce Lawyer division can handle virtually any and all divorce and family law matters including but not limited to child custody, child support, contested and uncontested divorces, annulments, prenuptial agreements, father's rights, spousal support, guardianship, adoptions and more.

Their Rochester divorce and family attorneys understand that dealing with legal matters and the possible associated issues can be extremely stressful for clients and their families. As a result, prospective clients often find the process complicated, confusing and unnerving. Therefore, the of counsel attorneys at Gordon Law, P.C. are pleased to offer complimentary initial consultations to prospective clients throughout the Monroe County area since they believe that individuals with legal questions deserve clear answers. The overall goal of the free consultation is to address any concerns present and allow potential clients to be comfortable and confident with the attorney they hire.

“We’re committed to delivering high-quality legal assistance by providing effective legal solutions to our clients that allows them to deal with the complex legal system in New York,” says the spokesperson for the Gordon Law, P.C. - Rochester Family and Divorce Lawyer division. While describing the law firm and the services offered, he said: “At the New York Lawyers Team, our attorneys are dedicated and strive to provide top notch legal representation to potential clients who are looking for legal assistance and may be searching for the best divorce and family lawyers in Rochester, NY. Whatever your needs, our Rochester divorce and family attorneys can be trusted to provide high-quality representation by hard working, knowledgeable and experienced lawyers. From your free initial consultation to the resolution of your case, you can rely on our of counsel lawyers to our law firm to work tirelessly, diligently and use their best efforts to obtain an optimal result.”

It is extremely important that if a person is thinking of hiring legal counsel to represent them on a court matter concerning law, they should seriously consider an attorney whose law firm primarily practices in that area of the law in order to get an in-depth analysis of one's particular situation and be properly represented.

For inquiries and legal consultations, individuals can contact Gordon Law, P.C. - Rochester Family and Divorce Lawyer and make an appointment by visiting the law office’s website at https://www.nylawyersteam.com/family-law-attorney/locations/rochester/.

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