Tarrytown, New York
Deborah Hope Wayne is a divorce attorney serving the community of Tarrytown, located in Westchester County, New York. The village is situated in the town of Greenburgh where the Tappan Zee Bridge crosses over the Hudson River. Tourists to the area are attracted to the community to see and tour the historic home of writer, Washington Irving. The home, Sunnyside, is located on the banks of the Hudson River and allows guests to walk the grounds and learn about his most famous work, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”
The village is big on history as it is home to a historical society serving both Tarrytown and the town of Sleepy Hollow. After being home to artists and writers like Irving (mentioned above) and Mark Twain, Tarrytown is considered to be a fine arts community. The Tarrytown Music Hall is one of the oldest theaters in Westchester County and is actually one of a small number of theaters in the country that was built before 1900. The Music Hall is located in the heart of Main Street, along with the Tappan Z and Contemporary Fine Art Galleries.
Deborah Hope Wayne is a family law professional focusing on collaborative law and mediation, and helps parties solve conflict through the use of principled negotiation techniques. Collaborative law is a dispute resolution process that assists parties in resolving conflict by utilizing techniques that encourage settlement and discourage hostilities in order to avoid in court settlement processes. The goal is to stay out of the courtroom and allow an open dialogue so resolve the issues. Collaborative practice is concentrated on ensuring the health and stability of the entire family, both now and in the future.
Ms. Wayne has a deep understanding of issues involving both family and matrimonial law. Her experience allows her to work with clients of all backgrounds and assist them to navigate through the issues they face. Ms. Wayne has a strong passion for the fine arts, and understands the importance of professionals in this arena to protect themselves in the legal process. She has written on the topic of pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, as well as settlement agreements within collaborative law. Her work can be viewed at www.familylawmatters-blog.com. Ms. Wayne understands that professionals working in the fine arts may have additional assets to protect, such as intellectual property. She is able to dedicate her time to the client in order to ensure that his or her needs are being met.
Deborah Hope Wayne is committed to the non-adversarial approach to conflict resolution and spends time training and educating other professionals about collaborative law and mediation. Ms. Wayne also teaches collaborative law at Pace University School of Law in Westchester County, New York, and has lectured on the subject at St. John’s University and Fordham Law School.
Ms. Wayne has an office located in New Rochelle, New York, about 25-30 minutes from Tarrytown. From Tarrytown, follow I-287 East/I-87 South to Central Park Avenue in Yonkers – take Exit 4 from I-87 South. Take the Cross County Parkway and Exit 9 to Wilson Woods Park Road in Mount Vernon. Take Exit 12 from the Hutchinson River Pkwy South. Turn right onto Wilson Woods Park Road, then take the first right onto East Lincoln Avenue. Turn right onto North Avenue. The office building will be on the left. Metered street parking is available as well as the New Roc City parking garage.
To find out more about Deborah Hope Wayne, please contact her via email at Deborah@deborahwaynelaw.com or by phone at 914.365.1200. You may also learn more about Deborah Hope Wayne and her practice at www.deborahwaynelaw.com.