The Law Firm That New Yorkers Trust
Our convenient location in the heart of New York City allows us to serve clients who commute from nearby Westchester, Orange and Rockland counties. We are a team of family law attorneys who can mediate or litigate a scope of family legal matters on your behalf. At the center of our practice is a desire to protect our clients and their best interests.
At Cedeño Law Group, PLLC, you are not just another case to us. Our attentive lawyers truly care about you and the welfare of your family. Your involvement in every decision we make is vital to our success. We respect your wishes and goals, never taking a settlement without your knowledge. Should your case go to trial, you can trust our attorneys to zealously defend your position.
Our drive to always do what benefits our clients has won us the recognition of our legal community. Founded and led by an award-winning attorney, our firm has made a difference in many of our clients’ lives. See how for yourself by retaining our capable attorneys today.
Through our knowledge of the law and skillful advocacy, we can assist you with the following and more:
Complex family legal issues can be overwhelming, but you do not have to work through them alone. With support and guidance from our compassionate legal team, you can move forward.
Often when clients go through a tough divorce, emotions can influence their approach. Our attorneys are here to offer pragmatic counsel that can help you get past these emotions. Though we prioritize your needs, we also aim to preserve the bond between you and your child. Talk to us about how mediation or our collaborative approach can benefit your case today.
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