Amy Saltzman is an attorney and the founder of Amy Saltzman, P.C., in New York, New York. Ms. Saltzman practices family law, handling cases throughout the New York metropolitan region involving divorce, child support, custody, post-divorce matters, prenuptial agreements, property division and more.
Ms. Saltzman is a graduate of the University of Rochester and also holds a master’s degree in special education from Hunter College and a law degree from City University of New York School of Law. She is admitted to practice in New York, Vermont and before the U.S. district courts for the eastern and southern districts of New York.
Actively involved in her region’s family law community, Ms. Saltzman has provided training to attorneys representing domestic violence victims through the New York City Bar Association and founded Center for Safety & Change, a domestic violence agency committed to helping victims in need. Further displaying her passion for fighting against domestic violence, she was also a co-chair of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York’s domestic violence committee.
Educating others on a variety of family law topics is another one of Ms. Saltzman’s passions. She has lectured and provided training at various conferences and seminars for more than 20 years. She is also a member of the family law section of the New York State Bar Association and serves on the legal advisory committee of the domestic abuse victim organization Sanctuary for Families.
Ms. Saltzman is a member of the New York City Bar Association and the New York Women’s Bar Association. She serves as a member representative for this organization at the Interdisciplinary Forum on Mental Health and Family Law, a group comprised of attorneys, judges and those in the mental health field who meet on a monthly basis to discuss issues related to family law and mental health.
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Last Updated: 1/18/2017