Seeking creative family law resolutions without litigation? We can help.


Divorce Without Court: A More Peaceful Solution

Meet Our Team

Andrea Vacca


“I help my clients end their marriages without destroying their families. I get to know my clients, their concerns, and their goals for their future. I then assist them crafting an agreement that will meet those goals.”

Eve Helitzer


"I choose to mediate and practice collaborative divorce law because I believe in helping people learn to advocate for themselves and their families and help them move on to the next chapter of their lives."

Rhett Dial


"I take pride in my ability to calmly assess client needs and help them get the answers and support they need in an efficient and professional manner."

Why Choose Vacca Family Law Group?

✓ Discretion and privacy are paramount.

Due to high-net worth, celebrity status or impeccable reputations, our clients have come to expect the utmost discretion. We handle every client with care.

✓ You have the control.

Our New York City collaborative divorce lawyers believe that court should be the last resort to make important decisions about your family and your future. The control should be in your hands.

✓ Creative resolutions.

Want freedom and advice on how to do things differently? We help you find the ideal, even unconventional resolution.

✓ Your time is precious.

We know how busy you are. We are flexible to meet your needs and schedule. No time wasting.

✓ Amicable & uncomplicated.

As we untangle the important matters, we focus on keeping every step amicable and do not inflame emotions.

✓ The future is bright.

We respect where you are now, and where you want to be when the divorce process is over. We will get you there as seamlessly as possible.

✓ Respect for your children.

If you have children, we understand that you and your spouse will be forever tied. Our New York City collaborative divorce lawyers respect those ties and help you keep the children as the top priority.

How We Help You Move Forward

Collaborative Divorce

We represent you as your attorney. Your spouse has his/her own attorney. Both of you agree not to litigate. As your attorney, our role is to help you get clear on what’s really important to you and be heard—possibly in a way you weren’t heard in your marriage. The goal of collaborative divorce is for both attorneys to move you and your spouse together instead of pulling you apart. A team of professionals (from divorce coaches to financial experts) assist in the process to sort out the emotional, legal and financial matters.


As a mediator we work as a neutral third-party, to help you both come to an understanding about the issues that need to be resolved in order to have a durable divorce agreement. As your mediator, we facilitate your discussions but do not give legal advice or make decisions for you. However, we may provide legal information that may help you to resolve your issues. During the process you may each consult with your own attorneys to help you better advocate for yourself during the mediation process and review the final agreement on your behalf.

New York City Pre-Divorce Guidance

Choosing to move forward with a divorce is a complicated choice, and you don’t have to make it alone. Vacca Family Law Group is here to help. With Pre-Divorce Guidance, we give you a divorce roadmap, layout your best move forward, and show you how to minimize your risks when pursuing divorce. Ready to move forward?

Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements are signed prior to the marriage. Couples who are planning to marry often enter into prenuptial agreements that clarify the financial rights and obligations of each spouse in the event of a divorce. Couples can also use prenuptial agreements to determine what rights a spouse will have in the event of the other's death. The most common reasons that people seek to sign prenuptial agreements include protecting assets that they had prior to the marriage.

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