Elliott Scheinberg, Esq., (view profile/cv) is a matrimonial and family law attorney with over 30 years of experience, whose practice is limited exclusively to appeals (see Practice Areas, Appellate Law Overview) and litigation consulting arising from:
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, Enforcement and Setting Aside
- Cohabitation Agreements
- Divorce, Separation, Annulment
- Property Distribution
- Child Custody, Parenting Rights
- Child Support, Spousal Support
- Counsel Fees and Expert Fees
- Modification of Support
Mr. Scheinberg is recognized by his peers and by members of the judiciary as a scholar and legal commentator in matrimonial law and appellate jurisprudence. His scholarship and nuanced comprehension of law have resulted in his inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, Marquis’ Who’s Who in American Law, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the East, and “New York Super Lawyers.” He has also earned the highest rating in the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell, holding the AV Preeminent Rating 5.0 out of 5.0,
His publications include the only exhaustive treatise of its kind, in two volumes, Contract Doctrine and Marital Agreements In New York (NYSBA, 5th ed., 2 vols, 2023) (see Books); and The New York Civil Appellate Citator (NYSBA, 3d ed, 3 vols, 2024), the only treatise of its kind, exclusively dedicated to the enormity of issues confronting appellate practitioners in civil cases in the Appellate Division.
He has authored various book chapters in another treatise (see Other Chapters), all in addition to over 100 monographs and articles in legal publications (see Articles).
He also lectures extensively to bar associations and to appellate courts (see Lectures).
Litigation Consultant and Expert Witness
In Roman legend, Janus was depicted as having two faces because he simultaneously looked to the future and to the past. It has been said that successful trial preparation requires a Janus-like approach from the very inception of the case. An expert logistical blueprint, adjusted with the evolution of the case through trial, guides the judge by way of a coherently well-presented roadmap of governing law that advocates the unique facts of your case. Mr. Scheinberg is available to prepare all briefs and memoranda of law throughout the trial stages of the litigation. Like Janus, the blueprint and the memoranda simultaneously contemplate the potential for future appellate review to either reverse judicial error or preserve your favorable outcome.
A strong strategy demands refined knowledge of the intersection between the categories of matrimonial law and the intricate rules of evidence because knowing how to present your case at trial is every bit as important as knowing what to present. Significant rights can be forfeited if the evidence, no matter how irrefutable, is not admitted due to flawed introduction, and is not heard by the trial judge and consequently by the reviewing appellate court.
Elliott Scheinberg, Esq. PC
11 Pepperidge Drive
New City, NY 10956
By Appointment Only
Elliott Scheinberg represents clients throughout the state of New York, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, The Bronx, Queens, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, Nassau and Suffolk Counties.