New York City Divorce Lawyers

When you are faced with the daunting challenge of dividing substantial personal, family or business assets or complex child custody arrangements, you need a New York divorce lawyer who is highly experienced in divorce law in New York City, NY. A qualified New York divorce attorney can aggressively negotiate an acceptable divorce, property division and child custody agreement or litigate and bring the case to trial when and if the situation warrants.

The New York city divorce firms attorneys, Bernard Rothman (counsel) and Randi L. Karmel will help you untangle the sometimes challenging New York divorce laws in all areas of New York city, including the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island and the surrounding counties. In their combined almost 50 years of experience handling New York divorces as Divorce Lawyers, they have helped many, many hundreds of people like you through the turbulent seas of the divorce process.

What our clients say ...

“Bernard Rothman is the New York City Divorce Attorney that you see when you look up Divorce Lawyers in the Dictionary and it is his picture that I always see. What I mean by this is that Mr. Rothman is the consummate New York City Divorce Lawyer. He is the one you want on your side to help you through this most stressful of times. He is honest as the day is long and will guide you through the tough decisions that go with getting a divorce. He looks out for you, your children and is their for you at every turn. I could not think of any one that I would like by my side during a divorce but Bernard Rothman. He has handled two divorces for me and without him I would have been toast. His wealth of experience and knowledge of what is important and what is emotional is what makes him a great Attorney. I can not say enough about this man and we have been friends as well for many many years. You could not make a better choice than having Bernard (Bernie) Rothman in your corner as he will protect you, your children and make the pain as small as possible but always being there for moral support. I would highly recommend Mr. Rothman for anyone who seeks, Separation, Divorce, Child Custody or Family Matters. You will never regret your choice, he is amazing.” – Steven A.

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New York, NY 10022
b/t 55th St & 56th St in Midtown East

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Uncontested Divorce

First, let me give you some good news. There is a very strong probability that most of you will not have to go through the anguish and expense of a full-blown divorce trial.  You can obtain an uncontested divorce when both parties have agreed on all divorce related issues.

Child Custody

New York child custody laws allow for custody to be awarded in a multiple ways. These are typically standard for every state, though there are few states that do not follow these types of custody completely. There are physical, legal and temporary custody. To learn more contact us or read more.

Child Support

The need for enforcement often occurs after divorce in connection with child or spousal support orders. Income levies or income deduction orders are by far the most common means of enforcing orders of support. Income levies and deductions for support may reach as high as 65% of the obligors income, after deductions required by law.


In divorce mediation a neutral and trained third party helps the disputing spouses arrive at a mutually acceptable final settlement of their own design. In general, agreements made during mediation are embodied in a Memorandum of Understanding, which form the basis for the parties’ attorneys to prepare a Separation Agreement.


Separation agreement is a contract between a husband and a wife, signed when a legal separation has been granted or when they have agreed to live apart in contemplation of a divorce. The agreement is designed to settle any property, debt, alimony, child custody, visitation, insurance, tax, and child support issues that may lie between them.

Prenuptial Agreement

There are several reasons for a prenup, such as one of the parties is remarrying, one party earns more or is wealthier than other, faster & cheaper divorce, controlling your future or protecting your business and children or protect you from debt, future alimony.  Some situations in particular lend themselves to a strong consideration of entering into a prenuptial agreement.

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