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Experience. Guidance. Compassion.

These three components are what Martin provides to every client and case.

With over two decades of experience in all facets of matrimonial and family law, Martin Friedlander, Esq. has been a trusted counsel to high net worth individuals, a well-acknowledged expert in the matrimonial community, and a highly regarded attorney by legal professionals and judges.

Martin E. Friedlander, Esq. is the founding partner of Martin Friedlander, PC., a boutique law firm in midtown Manhattan. He earned his law degree from Brooklyn Law School and received a B.S. from Touro College where he was Summa Cum Laude.

With over twenty-five years of experience as a matrimonial attorney, Martin E. Friedlander, Esq. specializes in complex matrimonial and high net worth matters. Mr. Friedlander, who started his law career by interning, and later being an associate, for Jeffrey Sunshine, Esq. who is now an administrative judge for matrimonial matters for the State of New York, has appeared in all Supreme and Family Courts in New York. He has argued before the Appellate Division before the First, Second, and Third Department as well as the Court of Appeals. He also specializes in arbitration and mediation.

Mr. Friedlander has extensive knowledge on issues relating to the Get and Rabbinical Courts. He has received Rabbinical Ordination (Smicha) from Yeshiva Torah Vodaath by Rabbi Pam, of blessed memory.

Recent Case Results

  • Our firm represented the Plaintiff-Father who sought  a change in custody after the Defendant-Mother violated Court-ordered visitation and was convicted of conspiring to bribe a former judge to render a favorable custody ruling. Read On

  • By: M. B., Plaintiff v. S. P., Defendant, 53670/11 ATTORNEYS: Plaintiff's Counsel: Marti Martin E. Friedlander, PC.Defendant's Counsel: Franklyn H. Snitow, Esq., Snitow, Kaufer, Holtzer and Millus, PC Attorney for the Children: Rhonda Weir, Esq. Cite as: M. B. v. S. P., 53670/11, NYLJ 120254810... Read On

  • A husband who obtained a divorce or “Get” from a rabbinical court in Israel -and persuaded legal authorities there to forbid his wife from leaving Israel unless she submitted to the court's authority-has been fined $10,000 and assessed more than $12,000 to pay his wife's attorney fees and expense... Read On


  • Kindness and Professionalism

    I don't have enough words to thank each of you for your tremendous dedication, kindness, sensitivity, and professionalism. I couldn't have asked to be in better hands. With endless appreciation to both of you.  Read On

  • Happiness

    Anyone who said money can't buy happiness did not pay for my divorce or have my divorce attorney Read On

  • Thank You Very Much

    Thank you very much for all your hard work and dedication to helping me get out and protect my son. Thank you for your patience. Read On