Marcy  Katz

Marcy Katz

PartnerNew York, NY

T: (212) 448-1100

F: (212) 448-0066

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Biography

Marcy's practice spans all areas of family and matrimonial law including divorce, property distribution, child custody, spousal support, child support and prenuptial, postnuptial and separation agreements. At McLaughlin Stern, Marcy will also be exploring additional related areas of law in order to apply a holistic approach to each client's situation. McLaughlin & Stern's diverse practice groups will facilitate providing expanded legal services to Marcy's clients during the course of her representation.

Upon graduating from law school, Marcy has been zealously advocating for individuals in a broad range of Supreme Court, Family Court and Appellate Court cases. Marcy has significant trial experience, addressing both complex financial issues as well as difficult custody matters. Marcy understands and advocates that in many instances, resolving the complex issues which arise in family law cases out of court can be the best course of action for her clients, and therefore works hard with her clients, mediators and the necessary experts to find resolutions without litigation. She completed a rigorous divorce mediation training program and uses these skills regularly to achieve her client's goals. Marcy is equally capable of fighting tough legal battles and negotiating creative settlements. In all instances, she makes sure her clients remain calm and confident throughout the process. Above all else, Marcy understands that each client's situation is important and unique, and explores all opportunities to act in the best interest of that individual.

Since 2013, Marcy has been recognized by her peers in Super Lawyers as a "Rising Star" in the areas of matrimonial and family law. She has been quoted by ABCNews.com in the July 2010 article, Free Love 'Boomers' Urging Kids to Get Prenups; and her article, Can the Prince Protect His Castle? Pondering a Royal Prenup was published by the Huffington Post on April 28, 2011. In 2018, Marcy co-wrote a blog for theawl.com titled "Two divorce lawyers watch Divorce", a popular HBO television series.