Gordon Burrows, an attorney with over 33 years of experience, is located in White Plains, New York. Mr. Burrows focuses almost entirely on matrimonial and family law. He has assisted clients in reaching resolution of their issues and has successfully litigated cases regarding divorce, custody and child support matters.
Mr. Burrows began his legal career in 1986 as an Assistant County Attorney for Westchester County Attorney's Office in White Plains. In his position in the Family Court Bureau, he handled hundreds of cases dealing with support, termination of parental rights, child neglect, paternity, juvenile delinquency, and other matters.
Gordon Burrows was previously associated with Hall, Dicker, Kent, Friedman & Wood, LLP in White Plains, a large matrimonial boutique firm where he focused solely on high-income matrimonial litigation, complex custody, visitation issues, and child support matters. Mr. Burrows was also a partner at Smith, Buss & Jacobs LLP in Yonkers, New York, where he managed the matrimonial department for eight years.
A noted figure in the field, several TV news sources have interviewed Mr. Burrows over the years regarding his having made new published case reported in the New York Law Journal on the issues of equitable distribution, custody, social media disclosure, and the valuation of businesses and pensions.Mr. Burrows holds membership in the New York State Bar Association, Westchester County Bar Association, and American Bar Association. He earned a BA in business management from Ithaca College in 1980 and completed a juris doctor at St. John's University School of Law in 1984.
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