Galit Moskowitz, Esq.
Attorney Galit Moskowitz has been practicing
exclusively in the area of family law for over 11 years. She handles cases related to custody, child support, spousal support,
equitable distribution, dissolution of civil unions and domestic partnerships,
palimony, domestic violence, grandparent visitation and international
child abduction. She is admitted to practice law both in New Jersey and
New York states, and is a fluent speaker of Hebrew. Galit Moskowitz has
been recognized for her work as a New Jersey Family Law attorney by various
independent legal organizations including
Her former clients describe her as a
truly phenomenal family lawyer, because of her extensive knowledge and apparent compassion. In addition
to being highly recommended by her clients, Attorney Moskowitz has also
been endorsed by her peers, who have named her an excellent and well-rounded advocate.
Galit received her Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, from Rutgers University
in 1998 with majors in Administration of Justice, Psychology and Hebraic
Studies. She received her Juris Doctorate from Hofstra School of Law in
2003 with an Excellence in Torts Award.
While at Hofstra School of Law she authored the article "The Hague
Convention on International Child Abduction and the Grave Risk of Harm
Exception: Recent Decisions and Their Implications on Children from Nations
in Political Turmoil." Family Court Review, Volume 41, No. 4, October
2003, 580-596. Her work in the area of International Custody Law and on
Hague Convention cases was honored by the
receipt of the Award of Merit from the National Center for Missing and
Exploited Children in 2004.
Galit is Co-author of "In The Interest of Children of Same Sex Couples,"
Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Volume 19, 2005, Number 2.