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Robert B. Pollack

Robert B. Pollack

Robert B. Pollack, Esq. ; TOP RATED Divorce Attorney - THE POLLACK LAW FIRM, PC
  • Divorce, Family Law
  • New York
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Summary

The Pollack Law Firm, P.C. is Long Island’s premier DIVORCE law firm and enjoys a reputation of being considered the "BEST" divorce law firm in Nassau and Suffolk counties with principal attorney and owner Robert B. Pollack, Esq. being rated "SUPERB."

Robert B. Pollack opened The Pollack Law Firm, P.C. over twenty years ago and since then, has devoted the focus of his firm on divorce, all phases of matrimonial law including separation and divorce mediation for example, as well as all family law issues.

Mr. Pollack has extensive trial experience and has negotiated and settled hundreds of divorces. He thinks "out of the box" in order to get clients' cases concluded as quickly and inexpensively as possible but always focused on achieving the best results possible.

Mr. Pollack's legal knowledge and skills as a divorce trial attorney, negotiator and mediator have been recognized by his 2015 appointment to the "Special Masters Panel" in Nassau County where Mr. Pollack is assigned particularly difficult divorce cases by the Court and once appointed, meets with the parties and their attorneys to "close the gaps" and help settle the case so that the parties may avoid a long, acrimonious and expensive trial.

Mr. Pollack has been honored by receiving Avvo's "Client's Choice Award" each year from 2012 through 2018 and is recognized as one of the "10 Best" family law attorneys in the United States by "The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys" and in the "Top 1%" of the divorce attorneys in the United States by "The National Association of Distinguished Counsel."

These honors and recognition are reflected in the numerous "5 Star" reviews that Mr. Pollack has received on Google and Avvo.com from clients and colleagues alike.

Mr. Pollack's approach is to recognize that parties embroiled in divorce and family law disputes are often frightened, confused and concerned about their future.

The Pollack Law Firm, P.C. is all about client care and respect.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New York
Eastern District of New York (Federal Court)
Southern District of New York (Federal Court)
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken
Professional Experience
Matrimonial Special Masters Panel in Nassau County
New York State Unified Court System: Nassau County
- Current
Mediate judicially assigned complex divorce cases for Supreme Court, Nassau County, NY
Principal & founding attorney and owner
The Pollack Law Firm, P.C.
- Current
Education
Pace Law School
J.D. (1996)
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Honors: Cum Laude
State University of New York - Albany
B.A. | Psychology / Music
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Awards
Selected member
National Association of Distinguished Counsel
2015-2018
Selected as one of
American Institue of Family Law Attorneys
2015-2018
2018 Clients' Choice Award
Avvo.com
2013-2018
Professional Associations
NYS Unified Court System: 10th Judicial District
Matrimonial
- Current
Activities: Selected by matrimonial Supreme Court Justices in Nassau County to mediate cases before the Court where parties are represented by their own attorneys so as to assist those attorneys in achieving settlement, narrow issues and avoid trials if possible.
American Trial Lawyer's Association
Member
- Current
Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Member
- Current
New York State Bar # 2787414
Member
- Current
Nassau County Bar Association
Member
- Current
New York State Bar Association
Member
- Current
Nassau County Bar Association
Member
- Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
Prenuptial Agreements: For Love or Money
Mileiu Magazine
The Summer Home: You Want It? So Do I!
Milieu Magazine
Certifications
Special Master
NYS Unified Court System 10th Judicial District
Avvo "Client's Choice" 2011 through 2016
Avvo.com
10 Best Family Law Attorneys 2016
American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
Top 1%
The National Association of Distinguished Counsel
Websites & Blogs
Website
www.DivorceLaw4U.com
Website
THE POLLACK LAW FIRM, P.C.'s "Avvo.com" website
Website
The Pollack Law Firm P.C. YouTube Channel
Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. My sister is disabled due to MS...her husband is divorcing her after 30 plus years , calling it a Medicaid divorce. Her
A: What is sometimes referred to as a "Medicaid divorce" from experience, this may involve certain less than ethical maneuvers that your sister may need to be concerned about and I will not advise or comment about. Your sister needs help and advice for sure. The need for an attorney is clear; she is in a long term marriage. Her income is fixed and limited. Her ability to become self supporting is unlikely and that would impact any disability payment she is receiving. Although you indicate that the marriage has significant debt, you do not indicate if her husband is employed or capable of supporting himself and her, the existence of debt notwithstanding. Also, just because someone has debt it does not necessarily mean they are totally without assets, meaning, the ability to afford to retain counsel for your sister which if not paid voluntarily could be ordered by the court upon your sister's application for counsel fees. I would advise your sister to tread carefully here and get counsel asap. It is not easy to find a pro bono divorce attorney. I would suggest that she contact the following to see if they can assist her: The Volunteers Lawyer Project (Hempstead); 516-292-8229 and the Pro Bono Project (Islandia); 631-232-2400.
Q. Can a paralegal write a stipulation of settlement for a divorce filing without a lawyer involved?
A: The role and permitted duties of paralegals differ throughout the USA. In some states, paralegals are licensed and can perform certain functions that an attorney would otherwise have to do. Paralegals cannot practice law; only attorneys can do that. However, there is no legal requirement in NY that anyone particular must write a stipulation of settlement. The parties themselves can write it. So long as it comports with the applicable laws to be able to enforce it, contains any mandatory language and/or calculations that the particular jurisdiction may require and is executed in accordance with the local requirements, there should be no issue. But it must never be forgotten that a Stipulation is a contract and so parties who decide to do it themselves or utilize a para professional or even a non-attorney mediator may find themselves regretting not having obtained sound legal advice prior to their becoming bound to a contract that is very difficult to escape from.
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The Pollack Law Firm, P.C.
350 Jericho Turnpike
Suite 105
Jericho, NY 11753
USA
Telephone: (516) 938-3330
Fax: (516) 938-4981
The Pollack Law Firm, P.C.
1225 Franklin Avenue
Suite 325
Garden City, NY 11530
USA
Telephone: (516) 938-3330
Fax: (516) 938-4981
The Pollack Law Firm, P.C.
1129 Northern Blvd
Suite 404
Manhasset, NY 11030
USA
Telephone: (516) 938-3330
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The Pollack Law Firm, P.C.
445 Broad Hollow Road
Suite 25
Melville, NY 11747
USA
Telephone: (516) 938-3330
Fax: (516) 938-4981