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  • Overview

    The Family Law Practice Group works closely with individual clients. It has a reputation for excellence in the field of Family Law. Our staff has many years of experience working with clients through a difficult period in their lives and is sensitive to the many issues that arise with this practice area. The Family Law Practice Group is active in the negotiation and litigation of various family issues. These issues include Divorce, Separation, Pre-marital Agreements, Property Division, Child Support, Maintenance, Custody and Adoption. These issues also include Adult Guardianship under the Mental Health Law. The Family Law Practice Group is aware of the intense emotional and financial stress that individuals face when dealing with these issues. They are sensitive not only to the legal issues involved but to the needs of the individual client, and they pride themselves on delivering personalized legal services. They are dedicated to ensuring client involvement in all aspects of representation.

    The Family Law Practice Group often becomes involved in sophisticated business evaluations and related issues. As a result, the members of the Family Practice Group work closely with other firm attorneys. The law firm of Scolaro, Fetter, Grizanti, McGough & King, P.C. is well known for its business expertise and brings the scholarship of many related disciplines to the field of Family Law.

    Amy B. Egitton is a member of Central New York Collaborative Family Law Professionals, Inc., which is a not-for-profit organization of independent family law attorneys, financial experts, and mental health professionals aligned with the principles and ethical standards of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. We are proud to have Amy involved with Collaborative Family Law Professionals, Inc. to provide Central New York families with effective out-of-court solutions to the difficult, practical, emotional, and economic issues of divorce and separation, particularly as they affect family identity and children.

    • Adoption
    • Collaborative Law
    • Custody and Child Support
    • Divorce and Separation
    • Guardianship Proceedings
    • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
    • Qualified Domestic Relations Orders

  • Capabilities

    Additional information concerning the Family Law Practice Group follows:

    • Adoption Law
    • Child Custody
    • Divorce
    • Guardianship
    • Matrimonial Law
    • Marital Agreements
    • Paternity
    • Premarital Agreements
    • Postnuptial Agreements

  • Publications
  • Attorneys

  • Resource Area

    NY Courts.Gov – New York State Unified Courts System – There is a wealth of valuable resources found of this website.

    What’s New in Matrimonial Legislation and Court Rules – The prior IWO forms adopted for use in NYS Supreme Courts by Administrative Order dated September 19, 2012 were repealed by said Administrative Order dated April 25, 2014. At the same time, the Uncontested Divorce Booklet Instructions were amended to include the new IWO forms in the Uncontested Divorce Packets. The newly adopted LDSS- 5039 Form now contains instructions for filling out the LDSS -5037 and LDSS-5038 and NYS Case Registry Form. Corresponding changes were made to Child Support Resources.

    The Law – Divorce Resources – Here you will find:

    Divorce information and frequently asked questions,

    How to get legal help,

    Information on alternative dispute resolution (ADR),

    Resources for parents, and more.

    You can also learn about divorce resources available in your county.

    New York Child Support Calculations – Calculate your New York Child Support Payment and learn much more.

    Collaborative Family Law Professionals, Inc. – This is a not-for-profit organization of independent family law attorneys, financial experts, and mental health professionals aligned with the principles and ethical standards of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

    Web Family is provided as a FREE public service by the New York State Unified Court System. This website provides online access to information about Family Court cases with future appearance dates in all Family Courts and Integrated Domestic Violence (IDV) Courts in New York State. You may search for cases by file number or case docket number, look up cases by attorney or firm name, and view calendars for each court. Please note that no names of parties or other personal identification information is available here.

  • Client Alerts

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