Hersh Mannis LLP is a boutique law practice with over 20 years of outstanding success in the field of family law. The attorneys at Hersh Mannis are experts in all aspects of family law and offer a wide range of services, including:
- Divorce, legal separation, and annulment
- Spousal support
- Child custody and child support
- Grandparent visitation
- Parentage actions
- Domestic Violence Restraining Orders and civil harassment
- International and interstate jurisdiction
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Cohabitation agreements
- Mediation, enforcement of family law judgement orders, and appeals
Hersh Mannis has an exceptional reputation for representing high-asset, transnational clientele. Hersh Mannis understands the added complexities that multiple jurisdictions bring to a case, particularly when children are involved. Their attorneys guide clients through each step and work diligently with co-counsel to achieve favorable results in all matters.
The Hersh Mannis team works closely with every client to understand the unique dynamics of each individual case. By prioritizing communication and strategy, they position themselves as fierce advocates for their clients at every stage. They have often achieved great success in promoting and negotiating out-of-court settlements and devising unique alternatives which may not otherwise be available through traditional litigation.
Hersh Mannis LLP is led by its esteemed partners, Joseph Mannis, Neal Raymond Hersh, James M. Simon, and Adam Philip Lipsic, who, along with a team of seasoned attorneys, are uniquely equipped to aggressively litigate highly-complex cases to reach the most favorable outcomes for their clients.
The firm and its attorneys have been awarded several industry accolades over the years, including honors by Chambers, Super Lawyers, and Best Lawyers. Additional recognition from publications including Variety and The Hollywood Reporter have established Hersh Mannis LLP as a top firm for family law services to high-net-worth individuals in the public and private spheres.