Matrimonial & Family Law Attorneys Throughout New York State

Providing Legal Guidance to Families in Nassau, Suffolk, and New York City Counties

Believing that couples that marry with dignity also deserve to divorce with dignity, our approach is designed to fit each client’s individual needs and sensitivities. We focus on negotiating equitable and just settlements whenever possible, while minimizing counterproductive antagonism. When necessary, however, we are prepared to aggressively litigate the issues.

We have helped many individuals in all aspects of divorce and family cases including divorce, separation, annulment, property distribution, maintenance (alimony), child support, child custody and visitation, and post-judgment enforcement/modification proceedings, as well as with pre-nuptial, post-nuptial, and cohabitation agreements. We also handle all aspects of family court proceedings, including support matters, custody matters, and family offense/domestic violence matters.

Practice Areas


To file for a divorce or separation in New York, a person must have a legal basis to do so and meet the residency requirements.

Child Custody/Access

Whether married or not, separating parents must resolve both legal custody (decision-making), physical/residential custody, and access to the child.

Child Support/Spousal Support

In New York State, generally, parents must support a child until the child reaches the age of 21. Spouses have certain duties to provide support for each other as well.

Equitable Distribution

Assets and liabilities must be equitably divided in a divorce or separation, but equitable does not mean “equal.”

Prenuptial/Postnuptial Agreements

Before or even during marriage, parties often agree upon how they would want to settle their affairs in the event of a divorce or separation.


Cases often do not “end” after a court has entered an order — an aggrieved party may seek review by a higher court. There are also remedies for non-compliance with an order or changed circumstances.

What's The First Step?

Send us a message or call (516) 447-8977 to discuss your case with our matrimonial and family lawyers in Nassau County.


Mr. Grossman brings more than twenty (20) years of experience as a matrimonial and family law attorney to his mediation practice, having completed both the basic mediation training and the advanced mediation training for matrimonial matters. He added this service to provide clients with an alternative to litigation with the hope that he can help parties resolve their differences more efficiently and as amicably as possible.

“The best! Very professional. Fantastic staff, incredible attention to detail.”

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