Scott I. Orgel, Esq. focuses his practice on matrimonial and family law-related matters. In 2004, Mr. Orgel served as the legal secretary to the Justice for the Hon. Joan B. Lobis. He was admitted to the New York State bar in 2005 and began private practice, providing his expertise through advocacy for his clients involved in divorce and family law-related matters. Mr. Orgel was admitted to the New Jersey State bar in 2006, and has worked with many attorneys in both New York and New Jersey for clients of all social backgrounds and financial means, with a focus on providing the best representation for each client given their specific situation and needs. Mr. Orgel approaches each case by placing the client's needs first and keeping them informed throughout the process of their legal matters.
Associations and memberships
New York State and New Jersey Bar Associations; Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
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