Bradley H. Andrews, Esq.
I am a divorce attorney located in midtown Manhattan.
I have practiced divorce and family law exclusively since 2007. I primarily handle divorce cases in Manhattan, but also handle some matters elsewhere.
My philosophy is to favor out-of-court settlements, while recognizing that some cases must be litigated.
I grew up in Tucson, Arizona and attended college at Stanford University. I worked for a few years as a consultant in Austin, Texas and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Later, I attended law school at the University of Arizona on a full scholarship, graduating magna cum laude.
I opened a family law practice in midtown in January 2007. From 2008 to 2011, I had a close working relationship with a prominent international family lawyer, through which I gained experience working on cases involving some sort of foreign-law component. Among other things, I was lead counsel on two international child custody cases in federal court arising under the Hague Convention.
Today, my practice revolves around representing professionals who earn somewhere between $100,000 and $500,000 per year.
If it appears that I may be a good fit to handle your case, I invite you to schedule an initial consultation.
Bradley H. Andrews, Esq.
Maria V. Diaz-Feinman (Paralegal)
When I work on a divorce case, I am grateful for the opportunity to help the client get through a difficult process. It is important and meaningful work.
I have worked in a law office for my entire career and I will always protect the client's confidentiality. I have worked with high-profile clients for whom keeping the client's confidences was particularly important.
However, for most things it doesn't matter whether the client is high profile or not. The same basic issue is usually present: the client needs a little help getting through the process, and wants it to be as painless as possible.
I understand what it is to be a single mother, so I can relate to clients in that situation.
Due to my interest in divorce and legal issues, I recently went back to school and obtained a BA in forensic psychology from John Jay College.
Here are some of the issues that I can help you with:
- Understanding the divorce process
- Legal custody (decision-making)
- Working out a parenting schedule
- Child support ("basic" and "add-ons" support)
- Spousal maintenance
- Domestic violence issues, whether physical or emotional
I look forward to the opportunity to work with you on your case.
Maria V. Diaz-Feinman
Work / Education History:
- Maria has worked as a paralegal and office manager in a busy law office for over 25 years.
- She handled client intake, drafted settlement agreements, and prepared the paperwork for hundreds of divorce cases.
- In the process, Maria became well-versed in issues relating to domestic violence, immigration, real estate, and criminal defense.
- Maria is a native Spanish speaker, having been born and raised in Puerto Rico.
- Education: John Jay College (BA, Forensic Psychology)