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Megan Beth Rozell - White Plains, NY

1133 Westchester AvenueSuite S-329 White Plains, NY 10604

Updated: 02/26/2024

White Plains Matrimonial & Family Law Lawyer

Overview

Megan ("Meg") Rozell, is a seasoned matrimonial and family law attorney with over 20 years of experience representing clients in matters involving divorce, custody and visitation, child support, alimony/maintenance, and various post-judgment matters...

About Megan Beth Rozell

Practice Areas

  • Matrimonial & Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Mediation
  • Child Custody
  • Spousal & Child Support
  • Matrimonial Agreements
  • Post-Judgement Modifications
  • Adoptions
  • Civil Restraining Orders & Orders of Protection

Litigation

  • 80%

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Connecticut, 2005
  • New York, 2008

Other Affiliations

  • Fairfield County Bar Association (Member)
  • Westchester Women's Bar Associtation
  • Women's Bar Association of the State of New York

Classes and Seminars

  • Taught Course: Orders of Protection in NY County Family Court, Legal Services of Hudson Valley
  • Taught Course: Custody/Child Support in NY County Family Court, Legal Services of Hudson Valley

Education

  • Roger Williams University School of Law, Bristol, Rhode Island, 2005
    J.D.
  • Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut
    B.A.
    Honors: With High Honors
    Major: Psychology

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

1133 Westchester AvenueSuite S-329 White Plains, NY 10604

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