We offer our clients the combination of skill experience and dedication that our clients can rely on during times of real need. We are committed to helping people overcome the challenges they are facing.
We have a years of legal experience and continue to successfully fight and win legal cases in the New York area. Our employees are always available throughout your case to explain the legal process and help you make important legal decisions.read more
Law Office of Ganesh N. Viswanathan has legal experience in a wide range of practice areas, so we can assure you that no matter what type of case you bring us, we'll be able to represent you strongly and confidently.read more
Our legal counsel is highly respected and sought out. Recently, our founding attorney, Ganesh N. Viswanathan, was asked to comment in an article on the issue of spousal support with regards to prenuptial agreements.read more
As family law attorneys, we handle all aspects of divorce and family law in courtrooms throughout the New York State area.read more
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Law Office of Ganesh N. Viswanathan practices family law with a focus on women’s divorce, child custody, paternity, and modifications. Our divorce attorneys focus on family law, allowing them to have a deeper understanding of the family court system and the battle that you will face as a woman.
Ganesh N. Viswanathan Law Office is a full-service law firm to provide professional and experience legal representation for families and individuals. We are committed to provide the highest level of client service.
Our Divorce Attorney listen to client’s needs and concerns, their fears and hopes. Your legal rights are our priority.
Whether arrested or facing criminal charges, our firm can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.
Asylum/Deportation, Visa Application, Family/Employment based Permanent Residency, Naturalization, and more.
We handle Landlord/Tenant issues, Real Property transactions including Sale/Buy, Transfer, or Mortgage/Refinancing.
Experienced in all aspects of Estate Planing including Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney, and Probate.
I am a woman from the Caribbean Island and even though I have been living here for a number of years, I have had very little interaction with the court systems and litigation. A person who is from the same Islands, married me a decade and half ago, and we have a child.
I am from East Africa; where it is relatively quiet and peaceful. I came in 2011 on a student's visa. My visa expired and I overstayed. After a year, the DHS came and took me to Immigration detention and put me on 'removal proceedings.' My matter was transferred to New York City from Pennsylvania.
I am a New York born and work with the City. As per the terms of the Judgment of divorce that I had obtained many years back, my ex-spouse was required to "buy-me" out of the joint matrimonial home we owned. Even after the time stipulated in the Judgment came by and went, my ex-spouse kept quiet, even though my name on the mortgage and deed existed.