TWO SIDES OF THE COIN
A series of articles written by Ian Steinberg in conjunction with an array of other professionals from different industries. The series provides insights into issues from the perspective of each party to a divorce. Each article provides readers with practice tips that are helpful when navigating through the divorce process.
Ian Steinberg joined Berkman Bottger Newman & Schein, LLP, in 2020. He is an associate with the firm. His practice focuses on the litigation, negotiation, and settlement of matrimonial and family law cases.
Prior to joining BBNS, Ian worked at a New York City real estate firm representing building owners in courts throughout the five boroughs and surrounding areas. Ian also provided counsel for cooperatives and condominiums and represented both landlords and tenants in negotiations of commercial leases.
Ian graduated from Cardozo Law School in 2015, where he participated in the Divorce Mediation Clinic. Ian’s unique blend of skills and experience – including extensive experience with litigation and high-level negotiation – and his knowledge of contract law and finance, have provided him with special insight into the divorce process. Ian understands how to protect his clients’ interests, whether in court, through negotiations, or in pre-or post-nuptial contracts.
Ian has been trained as a mediator by The Center for Understanding in Conflict and regularly mediates divorce and family law matters. Ian has also been trained in collaborative law by the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals and regularly represents clients who wish to obtain a divorce or separation using the Collaborative Law Process, utilizing a formal participation agreement.