Peter M. Mott, a partner with the firm, spoke with US News & World Report on what is the difference
Divorce & Family Law
Twomey Latham’s Matrimonial & Family Law Group has years of practical experience and is highly qualified to guide clients through the rough seas of the difficulties of separation, divorce, child custody, support and visitation matters in the courts of Suffolk County, including those located in Central Islip and Riverhead.
We recognize that these situations present many challenges and forthcoming changes for our clients. Therefore, we always strive to work from a position of trust and will remain strong advocates during negotiations and in court proceedings. As a firm with several areas of practice, including real estate, estate planning, taxation and business law, we offer our clients a collaborative approach towards current and future legal matters that a divorce may present.
Our firm regularly prepares pre-nuptial agreements and post matrimonial agreements. We recognize the significance for couples in the process of getting married to address their respective assets prior to marriage or living together. These agreements are designed to protect each individual’s assets and interests while securing their rights as a couple after marriage or the individual after the divorce. With our extensive experience, we can also incorporate estate planning and wills to these agreements and ensure that you are covered in every corner.
Divorce & Family Law Attorneys
Our Suffolk County divorce and famly law attorneys focus on providing clients in-depth knowledge of our diverse range of practice areas.
News & Insights About Divorce & Family Law
Peter M. Mott Explains Whether Couples Should Get a Prenup
Peter M. Mott, a partner with the firm, was interviewed by U.S. News & World Report for a story on
COURT UPDATE: SUFFOLK COUNTY SURROGATE’S COURT
By Peter Mott, Esq. The Suffolk County Surrogate’s Court has updated its procedures during this Coronavirus period of time.
UPDATE: Family Court, Surrogate’s Court and Matrimonial Matters
by Peter Mott, Esq. As of April 9, 2020 Family Court Matters: The Family Court is operating from Central