Kimberly Gitlin graduated from SUNY Oswego with two Bachelors Degrees; one in Public Justice and the other in Public Relations. These two separate degrees are a perfect background for a Divorce and Family Law Attorney. Ms. Gitlin received her Juris Doctorate from Touro Law Center and she is completely devoted to divorce and family law cases. She concentrates on Contested Divorces with high conflict emotional issues.
Prior to joining Bryan L. Salamone and Associates, Ms. Gitlin worked for a workers’ compensation law firm and handled all different stages of litigation, from inception of the case to the final hearing and/or settlement. She is well versed in speaking with clients, making them feel comfortable and at ease.
Ms. Gitlin’s prior experience has served her well. She has extensive experience with disability pensions and retirement assets. Ms. Gitlin appears at both Family Court and Supreme Court several times a week for arguments and conferences. She has been assigned to some of the firm’s highest net worth clients due to her incredible attention to detail.
Ms. Gitlin is a member of the American Bar Association as well as the Nassau County Bar Association.
- Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, J.D.
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