New York Divorce Attorney Relocates Brooklyn Office

New York Law Offices of Mary Grace Condello has relocated its Brooklyn office.

Missouri (I-Newswire) May 9, 2013 - The New York Law Offices of Mary Grace Condello have announced the relocation of their Brooklyn office. Effective immediately, the new address for office consultations, mail and deliveries is:

Law Offices of Mary Grace Condello
1716 86th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11214
Phone: (718) 758-5480
Toll free: (888) 970-6279

Divorce attorney Mary Grace Condello stated, "We are excited to have our own building on 86th Street, not far from our former address." She added, "Our new Brooklyn office gives our staff not only a more spacious workplace, but also additional conference rooms and plenty of room for expansion."

The legal services the Law Offices of Mary Grace Condello encompass the following areas of law:

• Divorce and family law

• Legal separation

• Pre & post nuptial agreements

• Child custody

• Child support

• Spousal support (alimony)

• Real estate and property division

• Gay & lesbian divorce

• Child abuse and neglect

• Orders of protection proceedings

• Divorce mediation

About the firm: The Law Offices of Mary Grace Condello focus on divorce and related issues such as child custody, support, property division and post-divorce actions. The firm represents clients in Brooklyn, New York City, Bronx, Staten Island and throughout Long Island. Established in 1993, the firm has built a reputation for personalized attention and strong client advocacy. The firm believes strongly in the importance of listening to client concerns, looking at the totality of individual circumstances, providing a voice of reason amid the turmoil, guiding them toward a business-like approach to resolving problems they face and the important decisions they must make. Above all, we protect each client's interests, which means never allowing a client to make a bad deal just to end the divorce. For more information about the law firm, visit:

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