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“I’m a Matrimonial Lawyer, Divorce Is Much More Expensive for Two Big Reasons”

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Newsweek

I have been working in matrimonial law for over two decades. I graduated from New York’s Fordham University School of Law in 1995 and started working in commercial litigation at a large international law firm in New York City. I was a young attorney dealing with cases where I represented companies that had disputes with other corporations.

It was a wonderful place to work, but I was interested in having more personal contact with clients on a regular basis. I wanted to have an impact on an individual’s life, rather than an impact on a corporation and its operations.

I thought matrimonial law was probably one of the most personal ways I could be involved in somebody’s life; helping them navigate the end of one of their most important relationships.

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