Quainton Law is a boutique law firm that focuses on providing an extraordinary level of service and attention to our clients at a lower cost than larger fims. We aim to help you not only with your pressing, immediate issues, but also to become your trusted counsel and zealous advocate for other issues you may face later on in life.
When it comes to family law matters–which for us encompass matrimonial, parental and estate issues–we are especially well-equipped to handle family law matters that may involve other areas of law and draw upon our knowledge of large or complex transactions. For example, we recently won an appeal of an equitable distribution and alimony decision that required understanding the corporate structure and valuation of a group of multi-million dollar closely-held family businesses. In another matter, we secured a nearly seven figure settlement in a trust and estate dispute involving a rare, difficult-to-value asset and contentious issues of corporate governance.
In addition, family law matters, often involve heightened emotions. Our role in these matters transcends narrowly legal issues. We seek to listen to and understand our clients fears and hopes so we can help them make decisions that will protect their interests, rights and emotional well-being over the long run.
Ideally, we will be able to work with the opposing party and their counsel to achieve a satisfactory outcome. However, not all matters can be resolved without going to court. If litigation is unavoidable, Quainton Law fights as hard for our individual clients as if they were large, international corporations, while making every effort to minimize the impact of litigation on their day-to-day life. We have vigorously pursued spouses who seek to use a position of power to avoid their child support obligations or change the terms of custody or visitation orders or agreements.
Our Service Offerings
A representative sampling of family law issues that we handle:
- Divorce (marital dissolution)
- Marital litigation
- Trust and estate litigation
- Legal separation
- Child support
- Child custody and visitation agreements
- Spousal support
- Division of property
- Grandparents rights/visitation
Contact Us Today
Please give us a call at 212-813-8389, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the contact form to schedule a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.