How I Work

The unique dynamic of each case demands that we rise to the challenge of providing progressive solutions which result in a successful settlement that gives you the security you need now and for many years to come.

Our goal is to help clients get through the divorce process as quickly and painlessly as possible. Unfortunately, sometimes a client’s spouse or opposing attorney makes a swift and agreeable settlement impossible. When litigation is inevitable, Ms. Sokolich will advocate for your rights in court.

The Law Office of Patricia A. Sokolich focuses on “cooperative divorce” — one that results in a mutually beneficial outcome. While cooperative divorce and mediation are ideal, sometimes complicated issues arise. You need a lawyer who has your best interests in mind, knows how to negotiate a fair settlement, and will take your case to trial if necessary.


The process will begin with a free initial consultation to obtain background information and identify your main goals — whether those goals are to preserve your lifestyle, leave a potentially dangerous spouse or obtain custody of your children.

Then, we’ll develop a strategy that works best for you, and discuss the likely response from the other side and the court, as well as the potential consequences of pursuing a particular course of action. Ms. Sokolich will concentrate all of her efforts on achieving your main goals, even if those goals are unconventional.

Contact us today, and let us restore the sense of balance to your life that may have been missing for years. Ms. Sokolich looks forward to being the advocate you deserve.

Now that you know how I work, please see Practice Areas and Services to learn more about the services I provide to clients.

OFFICE LOCATION

666 Old Country Rd #900
Garden City, New York 11530
(516) 222-0572

Sokolich Family Law

SOKOLICH FAMILY LAW

Providing Strength When You Need It Most
Nassau, Suffolk and Queens County, Garden City, Mineola

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