Amy L. Reiss

Amy L. Reiss

The law office of Amy L. Reiss will represent your divorce legal matters.

Firm Overview

Statement of Practice Summary:
Divorce, Prenuptial Agreements and Mediation.
Main Office
Main Office
100 East 59th St., 23rd Fl.
New York  NY  10022
Phone
  • 212-980-5244
Websites
Family
The law office of Amy R. Reiss will represent your family legal matters.
Statement of Practice Summary
Divorce, Prenuptial Agreements and Mediation.

Amy Reiss

Practice Areas
-Prenuptial Agreements
-Divorce
-Collaborative Law
-Mediation
-Postnuptial Agreements

University: Brown University, B.A., 1985

Law School: Fordham University, J.D., 1989

Admitted: 1989, Connecticut; 1990, New York

Memberships: New York State Bar Association (Member, Family Law Section).

Born: New York, N.Y., August 14, 1963

Biography: Author: "Divorces, Cyberspace and Discovery: Writing on a Wall May Not Be Private After All", NYSBA Family Law Review, Spring 2011; "Divorce, Step One, The Consultation" Lecture 2011, CLE123; "Snooping: What's Legal, What's Illegal?" NYSBA Family Law Review, Summer/Fall 2009; "Marriage and Finance" Lecture, 2010, IIN; "Cleanup the Prenup", New York Law Journal, February 10, 2005; "Making Prenups Painless", Self Magazine, August 2002; "No Spouses Want The Houses", Fairshare, 1992. Co-Author: with Robert Stephan Cohen, "Divorcing Yourself From Your Co-Operative Apartment", New York Law Journal, October 24, 1991; with Theodore L. Marks, "What Is Legal? What is Ethical?" November/December 1988; Issue, "The Journal of Property Management; Legislative Update", Better Buildings, January 1989. Recipient, Joseph R. Crowley Award for Public Service and Academic Achievement at Fordham Law School.

Reported Cases: Cohen v. Cohen, 2002 N.Y. App. Div., Lexis 4939.

ISLN: 902205312
Education
  • Fordham University School of Law
    Juris Doctorate
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