Nassim Hosseinzadeh (she/her) believes in a client-centered approach to matrimonial and family law, recognizing the need to balance strong advocacy with sensitivity and empathy. Nassim’s experience working for two matrimonial judges has given her perspective into a variety of case strategies.
Nassim began her career at a respected boutique matrimonial firm in Manhattan, handling divorces, custody cases, and the negotiation of prenuptial agreements. Prior to joining Donohoe Talbert, she clerked for the Honorable Kelly O’Neill Levy, who sat in a dedicated matrimonial part. While clerking, Nassim conferenced divorce and custody cases daily, led settlement conferences, and assisted the Judge in drafting orders and opinions.
Nassim received her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, where she volunteered with the Domestic Violence Institute’s Legal Assistance to Victims Project. During law school, she completed an internship with the Honorable Matthew F. Cooper (retired), who also sat in a dedicated matrimonial part, as well as internships with two prominent matrimonial firms in the city. Nassim received her bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, where she was inducted into the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honors Society.
Nassim lives in New Jersey with her husband and their cat. She is fluent in Farsi and speaks conversational French and Italian. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, hiking, and reading.back to our attorneys