The law office of Amy L. Reiss will represent your divorce legal matters.
The law office of Amy R. Reiss will represent your family legal matters.
Statement of Practice Summary Divorce, Prenuptial Agreements and Mediation.
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.
Fordham University School of Law
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