Danielle J. Seid-Vazana

Danielle SeidDanielle J. Seid-Vazana is an associate in the firm’s Matrimonial and Family Law Department where she expertly manages cases from inception through appeal, as well as complex cases encompassing many facets of the law including commercial matters, debtor-creditor rights, torts and civil rights litigation. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the State University of New York at Albany and is a graduate of New York Law School where she attended the evening program while also working full time for the financial institution Smith Barney.

Ms. Seid-Vazana is a seasoned litigator who has appeared on matters in all five boroughs of New York City, as well as in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Her practice areas include, but are not limited to, inter and intra state child abduction matters,  the drafting of prenuptial, post-nuptial, separation and divorce agreements in both hotly contested and non-contested matrimonial and post judgment matters, including those involving individuals with high net worth and high profile. Ms. Seid-Vazana zealously represents clients in all phases of custody and support disputes including enforcement and modification proceedings, parental access issues in both marital and non-marital relationships, actions to establish paternity, relocation issues, family offense and neglect proceedings. Ms. Seid-Vazana assists in and conducts trials and hearings while aggressively representing her client’s interests.  She has extensive appellate experience representing both the appellant and respondent, and her federal litigation experience includes representation of a multiple-disabled child in a complex civil rights Section 1983 violation action.

Ms. Seid-Vazana is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Nassau County Bar Association, the New York State Family Law Committee and the New York State Civil Rights Committee. Ms. Seid-Vazana was named a Rising Star for the years 2013 and 2014 by Superlawyers, she was recognized as ‘Top 10 Under 40’ in 2014 by the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys (NAFLA).