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At Cedeño Law Group, PLLC, we understand that the uncertainty of a family law issue is one of the most difficult parts. Suddenly, you do not know what to expect, how to react or what your future holds. Our attorneys work to restore a sense of normal to your life by answering your questions.

At your first appointment, we will walk you through the legal process and help you create a roadmap for your future. Until then, here are some commonly asked questions so you can get your bearings.

How Do I Know I Need An Attorney?

Many families want to deal with their problems internally. This is an understandable desire, but it is always better to air on the side of caution. Consulting with an attorney can give you much-needed peace of mind and ensure your family law issues are well managed.

How Do I Pick The Right One?

When looking for an attorney, feel free to meet with multiple attorneys. Your attorney should be experienced, listen to your needs and help you feel confident in your decisions. To schedule an appointment with us, please email our office today.

Will My Case Be Expensive?

Every case, much like every family, has different needs. Our firm strives to help you feel comfortable and to set clear expectations around the family law process. We will discuss fees and costs with you at your consultation.

Can You Really Help Me?

Yes. Our team is experienced, patient and ready to meet you. Come into our office or schedule an appointment today at 212-235-1382.


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