September, 2019

thu12sep6:00 pm7:30 pmGetting Divorced in New YorkUnderstanding the Divorce Process in New York6:00 pm - 7:30 pm SSRGAEvent Type :Divorce Process Education


(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm



444 Madison Avenue

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Event Details

Thinking about Separation or Getting Divorced? The first and most asked question: What do I do? From understanding the process, to knowing who the right Divorce Professionals are, the task ahead is daunting.

Join Karen Bigman, Founder of The Divorcierge, along with Matrimonial Attorney, Matthew Kesten, for a conversation about choosing the right divorce process and counsel for your divorce. You’ll be better informed and more prepared to face your divorce!

We’ll cover:

  • What the different divorce processes are & how to figure out which one is right for your situation
  • What to expect as you go through the process
  • How to hire the right Divorce Professionals

Registration Required for entry $35

**This event is strictly for individuals contemplating or beginning the divorce process. Discretion by industry professionals is greatly appreciated.

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Matthew Kesten, a partner in the matrimonial department of Schwartz Sladkus Reich Greenberg Atlas LLP, has over 34 years of experience representing individuals in all phases of domestic relations matters, including: negotiation of pre & post-nuptial agreements and efforts to effectuate an amicable resolution of disputed matrimonial matters.  An experienced litigator and trial attorney, Mr. Kesten has handled all phases of divorce actions and family court proceedings helping clients receive equitable distribution of assets, custody of and parenting time with minor children of a marriage or relationship, awards of spousal maintenance and child support, and awards of counsel fees when representing a less-monied spouse or parent.

Mr. Kesten is admitted to practice law in New York and Florida. He graduated from Brandeis University (B.A. 1981) and from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University (J.D. 1984).