Securing The Property Agreement You Deserve

New York divorce laws require a couple's marital assets, debts and property be distributed equitably. Problems can emerge when parties disagree on what constitutes a fair division of possessions and obligations.

In most circumstances, your property agreement cannot be modified after your marriage dissolution is finalized. Retaining our knowledgeable attorneys will help you negotiate beneficial terms during your divorce proceedings.

Since 1973, Kustell Law Group, LLP, has provided cutting-edge legal advice for residents throughout Erie County. Our lawyers are recognized leaders in this practice area. Our principal attorney, Carl Kustell, has served as a featured speaker in legal seminars sponsored by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and area bar associations.

Protecting Your Financial Well-Being In Negotiations And Court

Our Buffalo firm has assisted thousands of families from all walks of life in matrimonial law matters, including:

  • Military members
  • Business owners
  • Physicians and lawyers
  • Professional athletes and other high net worth parties

We refer to this experience when we develop a strong property division strategy that is tailored to your family's specific financial circumstances.

Our legal team knows how to negotiate favorable terms and litigate property disputes related to:

  • Military benefits and pensions
  • Roth 401(k)s, Roth IRAs and 401(k)s
  • Business assets and property
  • High-value collections, including automobiles and artwork
  • Family homes and automobiles

Our firm routinely works with valuation experts and accountants. When you retain our firm, you will be partnered with professionals who can determine the true value of your marital possessions and property.

You can rest assured we will take the steps necessary to ensure you sign a favorable property agreement.

Do You Have Questions About Asset Division? Talk To Us Today.

We respond to emails and phone messages quickly because we know your legal concerns are important. Please dial 716-218-9913 or complete our brief contact form to reach us today.