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Syracuse Child Custody Lawyer

Family Law Attorneys - Syracuse, New York

Nothing is more important to a parent than their child. If you are involved in a child custody dispute, you want the most qualified attorney you can find.

At the law firm of Macht, Brenizer & Gingold, we offer experienced legal representation for clients in a wide range of child custody and visitation matters, including:

In addition to representing mothers and fathers, we represent grandparents in custody and visitation disputes. To schedule an appointment with a family law attorney at our Syracuse law office, call 315-849-2319.

The Best Interests of the Child

In any dispute in which the custody or visitation of a child is at issue, a New York judge will ask one central question: What is in the best interests of the child? At Macht, Brenizer & Gingold, we always encourage mothers and fathers to put the best interest of their children first.

When representing a client in a custody or visitation dispute, it is our goal to resolve disputes as efficiently and amicably as possible, while preserving the rights of our clients. We understand that disputes may arise and that some conflicts may not be resolved without the ruling of a judge.

If your case must be resolved by trial or contested hearing, you can be confident in the knowledge that you are represented by an experienced trial lawyer. Our attorneys have extensive trial experience and prepare for the possibility of trial in each case.

Contact Us

To speak with a lawyer about a child custody or visitation dispute, contact Macht, Brenizer & Gingold in Syracuse, New York. For assistance, call 315-849-2319, or contact us by e-mail.

Experienced Attorneys Committed to Getting Results

Macht, Brenizer & Gingold, P.C.
State Tower Building, 109 South Warren Street, Suite 510 Syracuse, NY 13202
Phone: 315-849-2319 Toll Free: 888-752-2095 Fax: 315-422-6360
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