Offering New York Clients Creativity, Strength And Experience
When you need experienced, confident, compassionate and creative legal services, contact Bronxville divorce attorney Joan Iacono. Since 1983, she has provided quality representation for clients requiring family law and real estate services in NYC, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess and Orange counties.
As a creative person, attorney Iacono brings originality to her practice. For example, by using inventive legal arguments and a contract principle known as equitable estoppel, she was the first attorney in New York to successfully secure visitation rights for a gay woman with her partner's natural children following a separation. Although that precedential ruling was reversed after two years by a higher court, Joan Iacono continues to seek equitable results for her clients regardless of their gender, age, sexual orientation or economic status.
Having helped numerous individuals, families and businesses, she takes pride in crafting unique legal resolutions that work for her clients. Her practice areas include:
- Family law — Complex divorce, collaborative divorce, child custody, property division, second-parent adoptions, marital agreements and more
- Probate and estate law — Probate and estate administration as well as guardianships
- Real estate law — Real estate transactions, litigation and more
- Litigation — Personal injury representation, property damage and more
In addition to handling cases in the above practice areas, attorney Iacono also represents clients in appeals. She is highly knowledgeable of the appeals process and has argued numerous cases in front of the appellate court.
Lawyer Iacono is an accomplished and fearless litigator who received her law degree from New York Law School in 1982. In addition to her private practice, she served four years as principal court attorney to the Chief Judge of the Bronx County Family Court.
Contact Iacono Law to discuss your legal matters. Call 914-961-0565 or 845-225-0824 or email the office to schedule a consultation.