Matrimonial Litigation and Legal Malpractice

, New York Law Journal


Andrew Lavoott Bluestone, a Manhattan attorney specializing in legal malpractice litigation, writes that given the significance of the money division between the spouses which may comprise their entire net worth, the extreme emotional nature of the proceedings, and stringent statutory structures for the attorney-client relationship, matrimonial judgments are frequently the subject of legal malpractice scrutiny.

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