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Matthew A. Feigin

Partner

Matrimonial & Family Law

Matthew A. Feigin

Biography

Matthew A. Feigin is a partner in the firm’s matrimonial and family law department. He has experience in all phases of matrimonial settlements and litigation, including negotiating prenuptial, postnuptial, and separation agreements and litigating equitable distribution, spousal maintenance, child support, and child custody and visitation. His practice has included disputes over the valuation of businesses, over the tracing of separate and marital property, and over the cost of a couple’s lifestyle.

Prior to joining Katsky Korins, he practiced as a senior associate at Bronstein Van Veen LLC, working especially with high-net-worth clients, and, before that, as a senior special counsel in the office of New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. He is a member of the Matrimonial Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association (2012 to present) and is the Chair of its Legislative Subcommittee.

Recent CLE Publications & Presentations

Changing Tax Obligations and Opportunities, Financially Ever After [podcast interview], July 16, 2019

Tax Law Points Every Divorce Professional Should Know, The Association of Divorce Financial Planners Greater New York Metro Chapter, June 24, 2019

The Alimony Deduction Lives on in New York … With a Few New Loopholes, New York Law Journal, December 31, 2018

Federal Tax Errors That Attorneys Make, The Matrimonial Strategist, January 2018

‘Potential Client’ Conflict Issues: Six Tips for Avoiding Them [part 3 of 3], The Matrimonial Strategist, February 2017

‘Potential Client’ Conflict Issues [part 2 of 3], The Matrimonial Strategist, January 2017

Conflict Checks: ‘Potential Clients’ and Potential Problems for Matrimonial Lawyers [part 1 of 3], The Matrimonial Strategist, December 2016

The Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act [part 3 of 3], The Matrimonial Strategist, December 2015

The Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act [part 2 of 3], The Matrimonial Strategist, November 2015

The Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act [part 1 of 3], The Matrimonial Strategist, October 2015

Saving Agreements With Defective or Missing Temporary Maintenance Recitals [part 3 of 3], New York Family Law Monthly, January 2015

Agreements Without Temporary Maintenance Recitals: Can This Contract Be Saved? [part 2 of 3], New York Family Law Monthly, December 2014

Saving Agreements With Defective or Missing Temporary Maintenance Recitals [part 1 of 3], New York Family Law Monthly, November 2014

Developments in the Law — The Paths of Civil Litigation: The Use of the Public Nuisance Tort Against the Handgun Industry, 113 Harv. L. Rev. 1752, 1759-83 (2000)

Case Comment, State Sanctions Against Foreign Nations, 114 Harv. L. Rev. 349 (2000)

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