Divorce litigation often raises complex legal and factual issues particularly in highly contested child custody cases and complex equitable distribution issues involving business appraisals, enhanced earnings, appreciation in value, and double dipping. A high degree of knowledge, experience, and skill is required to obtain the best results. Even non-litigated issues, such as negotiation of a separation agreement or pre-nuptial agreements, require a vast knowledge of the law and the ability to successfully negotiate to obtain the best terms possible.
At Ciotti & Damm, LLP, the attorneys have extensive knowledge and experience in litigation and negotiation to obtain the best results for their clients in all aspects of matrimonial and family law in Nassau and Suffolk Counties as well as Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and Westchester Counties.
Types of Matrimonial and Family Law Cases Accepted
Marital Property Distribution
Marital Property Law
Marital Property Settlements
Non-Traditional Family Law
Post Divorce Modification
Post Nuptial Agreements
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROS)
Personal injuries can have a devastating impact on a person’s health, livelihood, and relationships. Injuries suffered in a car accident, slip and fall, construction site occurrence, or from medical malpractice can cause permanent damage or wrongful death.
The attorneys at Ciotti & Damm, LLP, have the experience and skill to obtain justice for their clients regardless of the extent of the injuries or damages. We represent clients in the courts of Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk Counties) and the five boroughs of New York City (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island).
Types of Personal Injury Cases Accepted
Slip and Fall Accidents
Construction Site Accidents
Scaffold and Ladder Accidents
Assault and Battery
Traumatic Brain Injuries
We represent Religious Corporations in the purchase, sale and lease of real property. We also represent Religious Corporations in the mortgaging or refinancing of real property. Religious Corporations are required to obtain approval from the New York State Attorney General and sometimes from the courts for the sale of real property, refinancing of real property involving a mortgage, or the lease of real property for a period exceeding five years. We represent Religious Corporations before the New York State Attorney General's Office and the courts in connection with the sale, lease and mortgaging of real property in compliance with the Religious Corporations Law and the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law.