Vincent Ferrero

Collaborative Law Association of the Rochester Area Inc.
28 E. Main St., Ste 1700
Rochester, New York 14614
United States
Office: 585-546-6448
Member since 2004
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer
Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Family Law, Other
License(s): Admitted to Practice Law in Massachusetts (1996), Georgia (1998) and New York (2003)
Professional Activities: New York State Bar Association- Family Law Section (Seventh Judicial District Representative, Member: Executive Committee and Committee on Membership (Co-Chair)) ~Monroe County Bar Association- Family Law Section (Executive Council)
Comments: I believe Collaborative Law is the best way for most couples to resolve the issues they will encounter during a divorce. Unlike traditional divorce litigation, which is often typified by numerous court appearances, high costs, delays, and hurtful accusations, ultimately resulting in life-altering decisions being made for you and your children by a judge; Collaborative Law allows divorcing couples to maintain control over their lives during a time of great uncertainty and emotional upheaval. By empowering you to reach a mutually acceptable, comprehensive agreement within a manageable timeframe, you can move confidently toward the next phase of your life, secure in the knowledge that you have reached a resolution which addresses the short and long term goals for you and your family. Besides the issues of financial support, equitable distribution, and child custody/residency, divorce cases often involve other specialized areas of law such as estate planning, real estate, and corporate/business issues to name a few. As a partner with a firm whose family law department has over 100 years of collective experience, in addition to other locally and nationally recognized attorneys in their respective practice areas, I can utilize these invaluable resources to get the best results for you. I have offices conveniently located in downtown Rochester as well as a suburban office in Pittsford.