Shireen Arani is a partner in the firm’s matrimonial and family law department and is a fierce advocate whose expertise spans all aspects of divorce, child custody, relocation, modification, adoption, paternity, and pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements. Equally comfortable in the courtroom as she is in a conference room, Shireen’s hallmark is satisfied clients who come away from the process with their needs met or exceeded, whether through negotiated settlement, mediation, or litigation.
Prior to joining Katsky Korins in 2008, Shireen practiced matrimonial and family law with the Boston firm of Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen, P.C. During law school, Shireen clerked for the late Honorable Sheila E. McGovern, First Justice, Middlesex County Probate & Family Court, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Recent Publications & Presentations
“I’m Getting Married! Do I Need a Prenup?”, Presentation December 2018 at a leading global asset management firm’s midtown Manhattan offices.
“When Business Assets are Valued Subsequent to the Date of Commencement”, New York Family Law Monthly, December 2012.
State Intervention in Cases of Neglect, 82 Boston University Law Review 875-894 (2002).