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Lacey Divorce Attorney

Divorce Attorney in Lacey, NJ

Lacey Divorce Attorney

Clients in Lacey, New Jersey have turned to the Law Office of Sarina Gianna, LLC to guide them through matters of divorce and family law for years because we provide the compassionate, skilled legal services they deserve in their time of need. We can also guide couples through the mediation process if they wish to avoid litigation. For the compassionate legal guidance you deserve, contact the Law Office of Sarina Gianna, LLC today.

OUR LEGAL SERVICES

The Law Office of Sarina Gianna, LLC serves clients in Lacey, New Jersey, and Attorney Gianna proudly serves individuals and couples in NJ through various legal matters. We truly understand the impact a divorce can have on your family, which is why we will do everything in our power to make the process go as smoothly as possible. You will receive our full attention from beginning to end. We are proud to serve clients in Lacey, New Jersey with matters that include:

The Law Office of Sarina Gianna, LLC can also help you through several family law matters, including:

DEDICATED MEDIATION SERVICES

In today’s day and age, more and more couples are seeking to avoid litigation and instead enter the divorce mediation process. The Law Office of Sarina Gianna, LLC is happy to provide you with the quality mediation services you deserve. Our firm can help your family navigate the process of mediation, thereby keeping your divorce out of the courtroom. Mediation allows couples to come to a peaceful and efficient resolution. Contact our firm today if you believe mediation is your best option going forward.

CONTACT A LACEY DIVORCE ATTORNEY

The Law Office of Sarina Gianna, LLC provides effective legal representation to clients in Lacey, New Jersey. With so much at stake, you need an attorney who truly cares about you and your family. Attorney Gianna is that attorney. Contact the Law Office of Sarina Gianna, LLC today to schedule a consultation.

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