Our attorneys represent individuals in all aspects of Matrimonial and Family Law, including mediation, negotiation of agreements and litigation of complex custody, geographic relocation, support and equitable distribution matters. Although we have substantial litigation experience, we believe it is preferable for families to take control of their own destiny by designing agreements fact specific to their needs.

The partner in charge of our Matrimonial and Family Law practice group is Judith E. White, Esq.  Judy has been listed as one of the Best Lawyers of America since 2010, and has been recognized as one of the Top Lawyers in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut areas, from 2010 to the present, by both The New York Times and New York Magazine. Judy has also been recognized by SuperLawyers as one of the top female attorneys in New York.

We believe that personal attention is fundamental to these delicate matters. Whether a couple is seeking to prepare an agreement before they start a future together, such as a prenuptial agreement, or ending a chapter, in matters like divorce, separation or postnuptial agreement, clients deserve counsel who cares and takes the time to know and understand their needs. We are dedicated to providing exceptional service while recognizing that both the beginning and ending of relationships are two of the most financially challenging times in your life. We also recognize that for many of our clients this will be their only direct experience with the legal system. One of our priorities, therefore, is to ensure that our clients understand the process in advance, so they can make informed decisions.

We also assist our clients detect and identify the early warning signs of troubled accounts and take preventive measures prior to litigation. We help our clients implement internal policies and procedures to rapidly deploy intervention procedures to prevent further deterioration of their troubled accounts. We do this by working closely with our clients to carefully assess the unique nature and circumstances of each account while also considering the various legal options available to them.