Warshaw Burstein LLP | Matrimonial and Family Law
Practice Areas

Matrimonial and Family Law

Our matrimonial and family law group provides clients with the confidence that their very personal matrimonial and family law matters will be handled by some of the most respected lawyers in the field. Our lawyers’ excellence in matrimonial and family law is recognized by Best Lawyers in America, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Whether it is negotiating a separation or prenuptial agreement or litigating custodial, support or complex valuation issues, our group uses its experience and professionalism to maximize the achievement of the goals of our clients.

Our clients include many high net worth individuals in the areas of business, finance and entertainment, whose problems involve sophisticated financial, valuation and tax issues in all areas of family law, including:
 
  • Divorce
  • Child custody and access
  • Geographic relocation
  • Spousal and child support
  • Negotiation of pre-nuptial, post-nuptial and separation agreements and same gender relationships (including marriage and divorce).

As we are a full service law firm, our clients enjoy the advantage of having access to lawyers who can provide a wide variety of legal services relating to family matters, including estate planning, tax counseling, real estate services, corporate, securities, general commercial law and litigation.

Using our professional judgment and considered experience, we are dedicated to achieving the objectives of our clients and to devising creative approaches, to help clients navigate the often treacherous waters of the most personal of matters. Our group delivers legal and professional services that make a difference.

Litigation

If a client’s matrimonial matters cannot be resolved amicably, then the client can rely on our trial and appellate experience to achieve his or her goals. Our attorneys are on the cutting edge of the matrimonial and family law field, frequently making law on novel issues.