Are you considering divorce? It's hard to know where to start. You worry about your kids and your finances. Googling your way through this life changing transition won't work. You need to be educated about the process. You need to hire Evelyn F. Nissirios, Esq.
Evelyn devotes 100% of her practice to divorce and family law. She is a member of the family law department at Rubenstein, Meyerson, Fox, Mancinelli, Conte & Bern, P.A., conveniently located in Montvale, NJ. She finds practical solutions to challenging circumstances, with the goal of resolving your case in the most cost-effective manner; yet, she can be aggressive in the courtroom if necessary.
There are a lot of divorce attorneys out there so how do you know which one is the best fit for you? We asked Evelyn how she achieves successful outcomes for her clients.
How do you connect with your clients so easily?
"I care about my clients and the results they get. One thing I've learned from doing family and divorce law is that my clients are going through one of the most difficult times in their lives. No one gets married with the expectation that they will end up in my office one day. When the reality of divorce hits, it's devastating, and typically, emotions run high. I understand that at that exact moment, any issue, no matter how big or small, means the world to my client and deserves my full attention. I answer phone calls on the soccer field, at the supermarket, and on weekends. I am always accessible."
What can you tell our readers about the divorce process?
I tell my clients about the importance of the three "E's": Educate, Evaluate, and Execute.
Educate: I educate my clients about how the divorce process works. They need to know the mechanics of the process, and the realities of the law. I help them understand custody and parenting time, alimony, child support, and what equitable distribution of assets really means for them. Clients can't come to the mediation table and talk settlement, without having a solid understanding of their finances and how the law applies to their circumstance. I encourage my clients to ask questions throughout the process.
Evaluate: Once my clients become educated about the divorce process, we evaluate their case from every angle, considering all options. The hope is to avoid litigation, as it can be a costly process. However, there are some issues such as safety of children, dissipation of marital assets, and business valuations that may need to be litigated in order to optimize the result.
Execute: With a solid understanding of their finances and the applicable law, my clients are in a position to come to the negotiation table, understanding the components of the deal they are about to create.
What advice can you share with our readers who are thinking about getting a divorce?
"Divorce is by no means an easy process. Hopefully, issues involving children, if any, can be resolved expeditiously. Once resolved, you are more easily able to set emotions aside. Narrowing the issues to finances, it then becomes the "breaking up" of a financial partnership. lmportant financial decisions will be made at this point, and you will be prepared to make them. You will have been educated, you will have evaluated the situation, and you will be ready to execute. Whether you're the business executive or the stay at home mom sitting across the table from your husband, you will make the best decisions that will protect you and your family."
So, step away from Google and give Evelyn a call at 201-802-9202, or email her at ENissirios@rmfmclaw.com for a free consultation.
Evelyn F. Nissirios, Esq.
Rubenstein, Meyerson, Fox, Mancinelli, Conte, & Bern, PA
One Paragon Drive, Suite 240, Montvale