Clients appreciate Sherri’s sharp legal mind and skills as a matrimonial lawyer. However, it is her warmth, compassion, and dedication that make her an invaluable asset – helping navigate the complicated and often contentious matters involving her clients’ marriages and families.
As a partner of the firm, Sherri’s practice is focused exclusively on matrimonial and family law, including the equitable distribution of assets, custody, and child/spousal support, as well as pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements. Sherri represents a range of clients – from investment bankers to hedge fund managers, from lawyers to business owners, and from artists to actors. Sherri also represents the spouses of her professional clients and works with same-sex couples.
Sherri understands her clients’ concerns – especially the impact a divorce can have on children. Guiding her clients step-by-step throughout the entire process, she works hard to achieve a favorable result. Sherri offers practical answers to the “what ifs,” and provides reassurance that her clients will be able to transition successfully into the next chapter of their lives.
She handles complex financial cases for her high net worth clients, and by being attentive and responsive, delivers client service at the highest level. Sherri regularly works in collaboration with a family’s personal, business, or trusts and estates lawyer to ensure comprehensive solutions for her clients.
Although she can be a fierce fighter in the courtroom, Sherri strives for settlement. She firmly believes settlement is in her clients’ best interest – both financially and emotionally.
Sherri has been recognized in the legal industry for her acumen and accomplishments, earning acclaim from Metro Women Attorneys, and New York Super Lawyers, which named her a Rising Star several times. She frequently lectures on topics involving matrimonial law, such as Equitable Distribution, Maintenance, and Prenuptial Agreements, including to the New York State Bar Association.
Sherri earned her J.D. from the Columbia University School of Law in 2003. She received her B.A., summa cum laude, from Yale University in 1998, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
She and her husband, Matthew, live in Manhattan with their two children.