Cory Rosenbaum, Esq.

I live on Long Island in Long Beach, NY.  I was married 14 years before my divorce.  Divorce mediation and being a lawyer are not my most important jobs.  My most important job is being a dad.

I attended SUNY Oneonta, Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco and Fordham Law.  As a Long Island and NYC lawyer, I spend more time in courtrooms in one year than most lawyers do during their entire careers.

I have taught courses for the American Association for Justice and the NYS Bar Association and sit on Executive Boards in each organization.

My writing on divorce law has been published for other lawyers to learn from.

Without court, litigation or incurring any attorneys’ fees on either side, my ex-wife and I worked together and mediated ourselves all of our agreements, including True Joint Custody of our child, ownership of our house on Long Island, our law firm, bank accounts, real estate, retirement funds, health insurance, cars and many other private issues that were unique to us.

Memberships, Positions & Professional Awards

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  • American Association for Justice (AAJ) Employment Rights Executive Board
  • AAJ Stalwarts Committee
  • AAJ Public Education Committee

 

 


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  • NYSBA (New York State Bar Association)
  • NYSBA Trial Lawyers Division, District Leader
  • NYSBA Diversity Award
  • NYSBA Matrimonial Lawyers Division

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


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