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Steven J. Mandel, a co-chair of the New York County Lawyer's Association’s Matrimonial Section, was chosen as “One of the Bad-Ass Divorce Lawyer’s You Wouldn’t Want to See Representing Your Spouse” for good reason. He successfully created the firm that bears his name in 1980, based upon the motto of J.P. Morgan who said, “I don’t want a lawyer to tell me what I can’t do. I hire him to tell me how to do what I want to do.”
Steve went to Adelphi University...
Our law firm focuses on litigation, specializing in:
+ Personal Injury
+ Family law
+ Criminal Law and DUII.
Harris Velazquez Gibbens has earned the highest rating from Martindale Hubbell: Preeminent AV rated. Indicating excellence in the legal field and the highest ethical standards, as well as perfect 10.0 ratings from AVVO
Mr. Harris has a wide-range case history where he has consistently displayed the motives and tactics that is equivalent of even the most experienced attorneys. He has represented over 300 clients during all facets of trial, including but not limited to first appearances, sentencing hearings and plea negotiations. Among his credible practice, he has drafted successful motions for suppression of evidence, material witness warrants and subpoenas. In addition, Mr. Harris has even carefully analyzed...
Allen received his B.A. degree from Georgia College and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Walter F. George Law School, Mercer University. He has been licensed and practicing law since 1985. He has a comprehensive understanding of complex issues that arise in Divorce and Family Law. He teaches Continuing Legal Education to other lawyers on subjects including:
Division of Property
Mr. Harris attended Duke University for law school, where he participated on a National...
Attorney Harris earned his Juris Doctor from the Suffolk University School of Law...
Mr. Harris frequently lectures and writes on bankruptcy topics and has authored numerous articles, case analyses, and...
Only lawyer in the State of New Mexico who is a certified specialist in both consumer and business bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification.
Former Board Member, Family Law Section of New Mexico State Bar.
Selected by New Mexico State Bar to sit on several judicial selection panels.
Ryan has handled numerous six, seven, and eight figure cases to successful resolution or verdict. Ryan’s recent litigation success includes the following verdicts and settlements: a settlement in the case of D.L. v. HMS Construction, Inc. et al. for $21.5 million; a jury verdict in the case of Rittger v. The Cliffs et. al. for $6.7 million; a settlement in the case...
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