Fass & Greenberg  

Fass & Greenberg, LLP


New York University, New York, NY (B.A. 1969)
New York University, New York, NY (M.A. Public Administration 1976)
Fordham Law School, New York, NY (J.D. 1979)
AAML Mediation Certification (1989)

New York (1980)
Vermont (1989)

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Fellow
New York Family Law American Inns of Court, Barrister
New York State Bar Association (Family Law Section), Member and Lecturer
   Executive Committee (Member)
   Committee for Mandatory Continuing Legal Education
   Committee for Solo and Small Firm Practice
Nassau County Bar Association, Member and Lecturer
   Board of Directors (Member)
   Matrimonial Law Committee (Chair)
   Judiciary Committee (Member)
   We Care Fund (Board of Directors)
Suffolk County Bar Association, Member and Lecturer
Vermont State Bar Association, Member

Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, “AV” (highest rating)
Ten Leaders of Long Island Matrimonial & Divorce Law
Face-to-Face Honoree (2004)
We Care Honoree (2006)

A native of Long Island, Florence Fass began her 26 year career in the corporate litigation department of one of New York City’s “top ten” law firms. Ms. Fass soon joined two prominent Nassau County divorce firms, becoming a partner in one of them, and later launched her own firm in 1995. Since its inception, the focus of the firm has always been to provide the highest quality of legal representation in the field. As a result, Ms. Fass is widely respected as a leading matrimonial practitioner, being both a distinguished attorney and a certified divorce mediator. Ms. Fass serves as an outstanding and frequent lecturer for the New York State, Nassau County, and Suffolk County Bar Associations, sharing her knowledge with the judiciary, her colleagues, and the public through personal appearances and radio and TV commentaries. She prides herself on being in the forefront of the current developments in matrimonial and family law, believing it to be crucial to the effective representation of the firm’s clientele. Given her extensive experience, Ms. Fass is uniquely familiar with the complex financial aspects of the New York State equitable distribution law, while continuing to maintain an awareness and appreciation of the enormous stress which the divorce process places on the client. Ms. Fass believes that she serves her clients best by helping them to focus on the financial realities of their cases, while handling their emotional concerns with the patience and respect they deserve. Her goal in each case is to recognize when a case is ready for resolution, and to work with a client in choosing a resolution that is in their best interest. Outside of the office, Ms. Fass enjoys charity work for under-privileged children, and ballroom dancing.


Florence M. Fass, Esq.