Helping You Fit Your Life Back Together
Family conflicts are often difficult, heart-wrenching experiences. Moreover, resolving family conflict takes a detailed understanding of complex processes, a thick skin and persistence to achieve an optimum result. When you're in the midst of a family crisis, you need an advocate who has these traits to help see you through to the other side.
Rockland County family law attorney Peter L. Jameson represents men and women in all aspects of divorce and family law. Having practiced exclusively in the field of family law for over a decade, he brings an experienced hand and a sympathetic approach to helping clients resolve their family issues, one piece at a time.
Comprehensive Family Law Experience
Mr. Jameson's clients include a variety of families, from heterosexual and same-sex couples going through divorce to unmarried parents involved in custody or child support disputes. He also has extensive experience assisting those in need of orders of protection in family violence situations.
In addition, Mr. Jameson is a certified mediator in accordance with the requirements of the Association for Conflict Resolution, as well as a certified Parent Coordinator. Because of his comprehensive experience within the realm of family law, he has the skills and experience to help clients accurately assess all their options for resolution — from settlement negotiation to mediation to litigation — and make informed decisions.
He is also an avid endurance athlete, having completed countless triathlons and four Ironman competitions. He applies the same perseverance needed to compete in such events to resolving the unique issues of each case he takes.
Contact New City Divorce Lawyer Peter L. Jameson
The Law Office of Peter L. Jameson, PLLC, represents clients in Rockland County, Orange County and Westchester County, New York. To discuss your case in a confidential consultation, contact the firm by calling 845-213-3364 or by email. The office is located directly across from the public entrance to the Rockland County courthouse in New City.