Divorce Lawyer Serving Nassau & Suffolk Counties
Sari M. Friedman has a long history of excellence, recognized by many in the New York law community. In 2012, Sari was the recipient of the Leadership in Law Award, an award given by the Long Island Business News that recognizes exceptionally dedicated and tenacious lawyers in the Long Island area. Recipients are required to have an excellent law accomplishments, as well as large, positive impact on the community at large. Sari was also honored by the Long Island Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners in 1999, which awarded her for outstanding achievement in the business community.
Sari now serves on the General Counsel for the Fathers' Rights Association of New York State and Fathers' Rights Association of Long Island. She also lectures at Marino Institute Continuing Legal Education Seminars for attorneys about matrimonial law, an area she with which she is very familiar. She has written and published many articles regarding not only matrimonial law, but family law as well. Various radio stations and television have invited her on their programs to discuss issues surrounding divorce, trusting her extensive knowledge on the matter. Both Who's Who in American Law and Who's Who in American Professionals, respected legal directories, have her on their listings
Sari M. Friedman graduated with her Bachelor's degree in 1977 from Hofstra University in New York. She went on to attend Hofstra University School of Law, from which she graduated with honors as a member of the Law Review. Right out of school, Friedman clerked in the Appellate Division Second Department until 1984, where she developed expertise on the topic of appellate litigation. After her time there, she began a private practice that focused on matrimonial and family law. With now over twenty years of experience, Sari Friedman has defended the rights of husbands and wives that are seeking to protect their interests during a divorce.
We believe that the greater vocation is that of a parentt. Our purpose is to promote the equality of that vocation for both men and women, and to offer them an opportunity for the mutual support to pursue their rights.