Meet NY Divorce Attorney Lois Brenner
Lois M. Brenner, Esq., PA-C, is a New York Divorce Attorney and an accredited
Divorce Mediator with over 35 years' experience. She is also a psychologically
trained licensed medical professional. This experience enables her to
determine the strategies that get you the best results. Her expertise
can help you optimize your assets.
After attending graduate business school and serving as CEO of a successful
corporation, Ms. Brenner started her legal career as a corporate attorney
with the prestigious firm of Sullivan & Cromwell.
She was head of the matrimonial department at the Wall Street firm of Herzfeld
& Rubin before opening her own practice. Ms. Brenner is a renowned
advocate, negotiator, arbitrator and trial lawyer. In recognition of her
expertise, she was selected by the New York State Supreme Court to mediate
Attorney Lois Brenner is the author of “Getting Your Share,” a divorce book published by Crown and featured on Oprah. She has
written for and been quoted by
The New York Times and
New York Magazine. She has appeared as a
family law expert on
Good Morning America and
Lois Brenner’s professional affiliations have included:
- New York State Bar Association, Family Law Committee
- American Bar Association
- Trial Lawyers’ Association
- Accredited Mediator
- Registered Physician Assistant
Divorce Mediation Council
- Association of Family Practice Physician Assistants
- Society of Emergency Physician Assistants
Q&A With Lois M. Brenner, Esq.
Why did you choose to become a divorce lawyer?
I wanted to help parents like me and this offered a good way to do that.
As a single mom, I went to law school at night and worked during the day.
What makes Lois M. Brenner, Esq. different from other law firms?
Great strategy and understanding of how to get the best results in dealing
with judges, lawyers and couples.
What is your personal philosophy on helping people?
Since people usually haven't been through a divorce before, they need
to learn from someone who can make it easier for them.
Tell us about a case you are particularly proud of:
Winning custody for a father when the court-appointed psychiatrist recommended
custody for the mother.
What advice do you most often give your clients?
Don't act out. You may be angry and hurt but talk to me before you
do anything that might come back to hurt you.
What do you enjoy most about being a divorce attorney?
Helping people manage a difficult situation and finding creative, not