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The collaborative law process has been a welcome alternative to the traditional court/litigation practice commonly used by divorcing couples. It promotes respect, places the needs of children first and keeps control of the process with the spouses. You're invited to explore the collaborative law process, a different way of divorcing that can help you make a healthy, hopeful transition from one stage of your life to the next.
Divorce and separation are a painful experiences, but they also represent new beginnings. Finding the right attorney can make all the difference in your experience of the process of divorce and separation.
Family law attorney Melissa A. DelGuercio provides legal counsel to clients beginning the process of divorce so they understand the process and their rights within that process. She explains available options and works with clients to pursue a course of action most likely to accomplish their goals.
Every family is different; one family's goals and values will not be the same as another. It's important that the attorney you choose be flexible and attentive to your specific goals. As a former Family Court Prosecutor, Melissa A. DelGuercio has gained a keen insight into the dynamics of families. She has also seen that increasingly families are expressing a desire to make decisions for themselves and are not willing to have a court impose a decision on them.
Melissa A. DelGuercio's clients often come to her when they have other legal concerns, such as the drafting of wills , the purchase or sale of real estate, defense of misdemeanor criminal charges such as theft, shoplifting, drunk driving or traffic offenses, or the drafting of business contracts or courtroom defense of business contracts.
Attorney Melissa A. DelGuercio serves individuals and families in Syracuse and Onondaga County, Cayuga County, Madison County, Oswego County, and Cortland County including Onondaga, Lysander, Galen, Wampsville, Oswego, Cortland, Auburn, Pompey, Cicero, Salina, Minoa, Van Buren, Manlius, Clay, Sullivan, Montezuma, Constantia, Brookfield, Cazenovia, Elbridge, Skaneateles and Oneida.