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Nassau County Supreme Court Litigation

What You Should Know

Nassau County Supreme Court can hear cases and reach judgments for all civil and criminal disputes. Civil matters are typically heard when monetary damages exceed $25,000 or when a party desires to enjoin or stop certain actions by another party. Termination of marriage cases—divorce, annulment, and separation—may only be heard here at the Supreme Court. Though criminal cases involving felonies are usually go to the County Court, the Supreme Court also has the authority to hear them.


The Nassau County Supreme Court also features The Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) where disputing parties can resolve disagreements without going to trial. These ADR processes include mediation, arbitration, neutral evaluation, and collaborative law. All proceedings are usually confidential, less formal, and less stressful that a courtroom environment.

Tough Legal Representation

Mahir S. Nisar spends his time litigating on behalf of his clients in New York. He has an "excellent" Avvo rating and was listed as a Super Lawyers Rising Stars® for 2014 - 2017. The professional attitude he brings to his clients' cases means Nisar Law Group, P.C. could make all the difference for your litigation matter.

Contact a New York litigation lawyer at Nisar Law Group, P.C.​ today and see how we can help resolve your legal situation.

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