Martin Friedlander, PC.
As an attorney, Martin E. Friedlander has practiced family and matrimonial law for over thirty years. He started his law career by interning and then later working as an associate for Jeffrey S. Sunshine, Esq. when he was in private practice. m He is currently the principal of Martin Friedlander, PC, in New York. Mr. Friedlander has been co-chairman of the Family Law Section of the Brooklyn Bar Association and is a member of the Family Law Section of the New York State Bar Association, as well as a member of its board of directors, AFCC, Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and Fellow of Academy of International Family Lawyers. Mr. Friedlander has lectured extensively at AFCC conferences and has given numerous CLE courses including topics on “The Laws of Surveillance”, “Laws of Arbitration as it Applies to Rabbinical Courts” and custody, domestic violence, and sexual abuse-related topics.
Mr. Friedlander has handled hundreds of cases through trial and settlement. Mr. Friedlander has appeared regularly with Clients before the Supreme Court, Family Court, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Department Appellate Division, and the Court of Appeals.
He has also appeared before Rabbinical Courts and has handled the confirmation process as well as Motions to Disaffirm in Supreme Court. Mr. Friedlander is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School. He has received a degree in Advanced Talmudic Law from Yeshiva Torah Vodath. Mr. Friedlander’s charitable work includes his involvement with Project Witness, a Holocaust remembrance project, as well as for Yichud, an organization assisting children with special needs. Mr. Friedlander has also founded Yashar, an organization promoting healthy conflict resolution methods.
Mr. Friedlander has been published in the New York Law Journal.