120 4th Ave, Bay Shore, NY 11706, United States
120 4th Avenue Bay Shore New York 11706 US

Long Tuminello, LLP has been providingsuperior legal services to the Long Island community for more than 40 years. The full-service law firm’s matrimonial and family law practice is among the most prominent in Suffolk County, and its attorneys have earned their outstanding reputation by helping clients make calm and rational decisions to ensure the most beneficial outcomes.

The firm’s matrimonial and family practice has successfully handled complex cases involving issues ranging from divorce and child custody to domestic violence. Its knowledgeable and compassionate lawyers and staff work closely with clients to understand their legal needs and assist them in achieving peace of mind during such trying times.

Comprised of lawyers who are at the forefront of their profession, Long Tuminello’s members have held – and continue to hold – memberships and leadership positions with various legal organizations, including: The Suffolk County Matrimonial Bar Association; American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; Suffolk County Family Law Committee; and the Suffolk County Matrimonial Law Committee, among many others. Most recently, partner William

Sullivan served as president of the Suffolk County Matrimonial Bar Association (2014-2015).

While settlements are preferable to litigation, Long Tuminello always prepares to zealously represent clients in court by using a team approach that leverages the firm’s strengths and in-depth experience. These collaborations often secure positive results while adding value and solidifying clients’ trust.

The attorneys and staff at Long Tuminello are committed to providing comprehensive, timely, and cost-effective legal services. The firm’s legal team makes every effort to minimize both the stress and financial impact of litigation for clients and their families. Oftentimes, once a matter is resolved, Long Tuminello’s lawyers maintain lifelong professional bonds with the individuals and families they had the privilege to represent.

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