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Lake Success Divorce Law Firm
About Barton R. Resnicoff
Previous Law Firm Name
- Meyerson, Resnicoff & Brawer, 1979
- Resnicoff, Samanowitz & Brawer, 1985
- Law Office of Barton R. Resnicoff, 1991
- Certificate of Service, Queens Bar Association
- "Rights of the Unwed Father", Queens Bar Bulletin, March, 1981
- "The Trial of an Equitable Distribution Case-A Practical Approach" (Co-Author), CLE Program Materials, New York Bar Association
- "The 1040 Handbook:A Guide to Income and Asset Discovery" ( Co-Author), American Bar Association, Family Law Seciton
- "Guide to Matrimonial Law-Grounds for Divorce", Nassau Lawyer, April, 1994
- "The Current Status of Divisible Divorce Relative to Matrimonial Litigation", New York Family Law Reporter, September, 1993
- "The Child's Attorney", New York Family Law Reporter, September, 1996
- "College Expenses and Divorce", New York Family Law Review, March, 1998
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3000 Marcus AvenueSuite 1E5 Lake Success, NY 11042
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