Associates

  • BURTON D. WITMAN

    Mr. Witman is an associate in the firm’s matrimonial law department.  Mr. Witman obtained his undergraduate degree from Indiana University, and his Juris Doctorate Cum Laude from the University of Miami School of Law (2012). He has experience as a compliance attorney for a Fortune 500 company in the finance industry, and as a student Mr. Witman clerked for Legal Services of Greater Miami, where he was dedicated to helping impoverished members of the community. Mr. Witman is a member of the New York State Bar Association.
  • JENNA N. SILVERMAN

    Ms. Silverman is an associate in the firm’s matrimonial law department. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Silverman practiced matrimonial and family law exclusively as an associate at two well-known matrimonial firms in New York. Her strong interpersonal skills and ability to passionately and confidently formulate creative, practical solutions to a myriad of issues enables her to handle even the most contentious matrimonial and family law disputes. Ms. Silverman graduated from the City of New York School of Law, and received her undergraduate degree from the University at Buffalo in Finance. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the New York County Lawyer’s Association.

  • KAREN CROSS

    Ms. Cross is an associate in the firm’s matrimonial law department and has a broad-based background with a wide range of experience, representing clients in the areas of commercial litigation and tax law and with an emphasis on wills, trusts, estates, and property-related matters.
    Ms. Cross is admitted to the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and is a member of the New York County Lawyers’ Association. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Queens College, a Master’s Degree from Columbia University and graduated cum laude from New York Law School (2006), where she also received an L.LM in taxation (2008). As a student, she worked pro bono for InMotion, an organization helping indigent women obtain uncontested divorces.