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Areas of Practice
Child Custody & Visitation
Child Support
Contested Divorce
Division of Assets and Equitable Distribution
Spousal Maintenance
Modifications & Enforcement
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders
Grandparents Rights
Legal Separation
Prenuptial Agreements
Protective Orders

Contact The Law Office of Charles A. Messina

Get in Touch with a Buffalo Divorce Lawyer

From filing for divorce to settlement, trial and appeal, The Law Office of Charles A. Messina provides realistic advice and proven representation in family law cases. My goal as your attorney is the best possible outcome. I believe you need good information about your options to make informed decisions about your future.

I am a Buffalo native and a lawyer who takes care of his clients. For compassionate support and customized solutions, call my office or fill out the e-mail contact form and I will respond soon. I offer a free phone consultation, including after hours by appointment only. I look forward to being of service in your time of need.

Phone: (716) 980-1959

3990 McKinley Pkwy., Suite 3
Buffalo, NY 14219

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The Law Office of Charles A. Messina - Buffalo Divorce Attorney
Located at 3990 McKinley Pkwy #3
Buffalo, NY 14219. View Map

Phone: (716) 980-1959 | Local Phone: (716) 634-7777.

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