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Richard Min

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Family Law Attorney in New York, NY

Green Kaminer Min & Rockmore LLP
420 Lexington Avenue, Suite 2821
New York, NY 10170
Phone: 212-235-1786
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2022
Selected to Rising Stars: 2016 - 2020
Licensed in New York Since: 2008
Education: Brooklyn Law School
Practice Areas: Family Law
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Attorney Profile

A partner at Green Kaminer Min & Rockmore LLP, Richard Min compassionately guides clients through family law issues such as divorce, child custody, child support and same-sex matters. His practice is based in New York City, New York, primarily serving Brooklyn, Manhattan and Long Island. However, he also handles child abduction cases, for which he extends his service nationwide.

Mr. Min graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 2003 from Tufts University. He then earned a law degree from Brooklyn Law School.

Any legal dispute in a family understandably creates concerns about someone’s future, relationships and finances. Mr. Min is adept at creating solutions that preserve a client’s rights. Perhaps just as importantly, he is a steadfast source of support for people who are going through a difficult time. He promptly responds to clients’ questions and provides them with honest advice about their case. When the stakes are high, Mr. Min is the experienced, knowledgeable attorney people want on their side.

Thorough and assertive, Mr. Min has advocated for clients in a number of legal settings. He has been licensed to practice for more than a decade. In that time, he has negotiated fair settlements and set his clients up for a bright future. When necessary, he is prepared to go to court to secure the best possible outcome. In fact, he has successfully litigated several cases regarding child abduction in Arkansas, Florida, Missouri, New York, California and South Carolina.

Mr. Min is a member of the International Academy of Family Lawyers.

Practice Areas
  • 100%Family Law
Focus Areas

Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Support, Custody & Visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Paternity, Prenuptial Agreements, Marital Property, Mediation & Collaborative Law, Same Sex Family Law, Father's Rights


1 Years Super Lawyers
5 Years Rising Stars
  • Super Lawyers: 2022
  • Rising Stars: 2016 - 2020

Certificates and Credentials

About Richard Min

First Admitted: 2008, New York

Professional Webpage:

Educational Background

  • Brooklyn Law School, 2007
  • Tufts University, 2003

Scholarly Lectures/Writings

  • Overview of Hague Abduction Convention practice, Editor, How to Prosecute an International Child Abduction Case Under the Hague Convention, Vol. 30, 2017 of the Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 2017
  • Overview of Process to Enforce Foreign Divorces, Support Orders, and Custody Orders, CLE lecturer, Registration and Enforcement of Foreign Orders, South Carolina Bar Association, 2022
  • Overview of UCAPA, a law designed to prevent child abduction, Moderator, The Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act: Should NY Enact It?, New York State Bar Association , 2021
  • Overview of resources available for practitioners , Moderator, International Parental Child Abduction Resources for the Practicing Lawyer, New York State Bar Association , 2021
  • Overview of Hague Abduction Convention litigation, CLE lecturer, How to Litigate a 1980 Hague Convention Case from Start to Finish, South Carolina Bar Association, 2021
  • Overview of Hague Abduction Convention litigation, Presenter, How to Try and Hague Case From Start to Finish, International Academy of Family Lawyers, 2020
  • Overview of different legal avenues after child abduction., Presenter, UCCJEA vs. Hague When it Comes to Child Abduction Matters, International Academy of Family Lawyers, 2020
  • How to use habeas corpus proceedings and the Hague Convention to have children returned after abduction., CLE lecturer, My Partner/Spouse Took Our Children: Everything You Should Know for Habeas Corpus Proceedings, New York Women’s Bar Association, 2019
  • Overview of Forensic Evaluations in Hague Abduction Convention cases, Author, The Role of Mental Health Professionals in Hague Disputes, New York Law Journal, 2020

Bar/Professional Activity

  • Admission to the United States Supreme Court, 2019
  • Fellow of International Academy of Family Lawyers; Member of IAFL Amicus commitee, 2019
  • Member of New York Women's Bar Association CLE Committee, 2021
  • Member of Executive Committee of NYSBA International Section, Co-chair of Family Law Commitee, 2021
  • Member of Executive Committee of NYSBA Family Law Section, Co-chair of Amicus Committee, Co-chair of Membership Diversity Committee, 2020


  • hosting Lebanese delegation including members of Ministry of Justice and Judges to discuss international child abduction issues., Combating International Parental Child Abduction, U.S. State Department, 2019
  • Chosen as a Rising Star 5 years in a row., Super Lawyer Rising Star, Super Lawyers
  • hosting Costa Rican delegation including Judges and lawyers to discuss international child abduction issues., International Parental Child Abduction: Spreading Best Practices in Costa Rica, U.S. State Department, 2021

Pro bono/Community Service

  • Southern District of NY:  Webster-Colquhoun v. Colquhoun, Case 7:21-cv-07101-KMK, 2021
  • Eastern District of NY:  Toro Bonilla v. Erazo, Case 1:18-cv-04569-KAM-VMS, 2019

Representative Clients

  • United States Supreme Court:  Golan v. Saada, 142 S. Ct. 638 (2021), 2021
  • Eastern District of NY:  Gromova v. Gee-Shepherd, Case 1:19-cv-05356-AMD-SJB, 2019
  • Western District of Washington:  Borrello v. Long, Case 2:19-cv-01341-RSL, 2019
  • Northern District of California:  Bell v. Cheuk, Case 3:20-cv-03518-VC, 2020
  • Eastern District of NY:  Hoogendoorn v. Tonnesen, Case 1:21-cv-01716-LDH-RER, 2021
  • Southern District of NY:  Mosoni v. Louie, Case 1:21-cv-05638-JSR, 2021
  • Eastern District of NY:  Augello v. Ramskyte, Case 1:20-cv-03370-AMD-SJB, 2020
  • Second Circuit:  Davies v. Davies, 717 Fed. Appx. 43 (2d 2017), 2017
  • Second Appellate Department:  B.S. v. B.T., 49 N.Y.S.3d 732 (2d Dept. 2017), 2017
  • Second Circuit:  Marks v. Hochhauser, 876 F.3d 416 (2d Cir. 2017), 2017
  • Southern District of NY:  Chumachenko v. Belan, 2018 WL 6437062 (S.D.N.Y. 2018), 2018
  • First Appellate Department:  Michael R. v. Amanda R., 109 N.Y.S.3d 224 (1st Dept. 2019), 2019
  • Southern District of NY:  Shah v. Federbush, 2019 WL 5060496 (S.D.N.Y. 2019), 2019
  • Southern District of NY:  Nissim v. Kirsh, 2019 WL 3369450 (S.D.N.Y. 2019), 2019
  • Eastern District of NY:  Porretti v. Baez, 2019 WL 5587151 (E.D.N.Y 2019), 2019
  • Second Circuit:  Grano v. Martin, 821 F. App'x 26, 28 (2d Cir. 2020), 2020
  • First Appellate Department:  Katharine B. v. Thomas L, 189 A.D.3d 474 (1st Dept. 2020), 2020
  • Eastern District of Arkansas:  Verot v. Colvert, Case No. 4:21-cv-510-JM, 2021
  • Eastern District of Missouri:  Bhattacharjee v. Craig, 2021 WL 4504376 (E.D.Mo. 2021), 2021
  • Second Circuit:  Velozny v. Velozny, 2021 WL 5567265 (2d Cir. 2021), 2021
  • Southern District of NY:  Matter of E.Z. and S.Z., 2021 WL 5106637 (S.D.N.Y. 2021), 2021
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Office Location for Richard Min

420 Lexington Avenue
Suite 2821
New York, NY 10170

Phone: 212-235-1786

Last Updated: 5/15/2022

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