Patricia Condon, admitted in both the State of New York and Connecticut, has been practicing law since 1989, predominantly in the field of matrimonial and family law. Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Condon was a Registered Nurse, and, with her experience in the medical profession, she began her legal career in the field of medical malpractice. She then was appointed as a Principal Law Clerk to the Honorable Donald Blydenburgh, a New York State Supreme Court Justice sitting in a Matrimonial Part in Suffolk County. She held this position in the Matrimonial Part for five years before joining Karen McGuire in 2000 and forming McGuire Condon P.C.Since that time, Ms. Condon has gained a reputation as a skilled and compassionate litigator specializing in all matrimonial and family law matters. Like her partner Karen D. McGuire, Patricia continues to be an experienced leader of the Suffolk County Matrimonial Bar and is a past president of the Matrimonial Bar Committee for Suffolk County. She is invited often to lecture on family law issues for both the Suffolk and Nassau County Bar Associations and mentors young attorneys interested in divorce law.
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