Galit Moskowitz, Esq.
If you’ve made the difficult decision to divorce, you may be angry or feel betrayed. You may even feel like seeking revenge. As a child of a complicated divorce, I felt my parents’ pain and carried my own heartbreak and confusion. Ever since that experience, I knew that one day I would dedicate my life to helping families who also face this challenging circumstance. I determined that I would assist them in easing the divorce process and beginning a new life.
In order to accomplish my goals, I studied Administration of Justice and Psychology in my bachelor’s degree at Rutgers University to better understand the law and people’s behavior. I then received my Juris Doctorate law degree with an Excellence in Torts Award.
Attorney Galit Moskowitz has been practicing exclusively in the area of family law for over 15 years. I handle cases related to divorce, contested divorce, high net worth divorce, uncontested divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, equitable distribution, dissolution of civil unions and domestic partnerships, palimony, domestic violence, grandparent visitation and international child abduction. You can read more about my experience and career below.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to my firm for help and counsel with the divorce or family law matter you face.
- New Jersey
- New York
Awards and Recognition
- Recognized by AVVO and (201) Magazine
- Award of Merit from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 2004.
- Rutgers University, Magna Cum Laude, 1998
- Bachelor of Science, Administration of Justice
- Bachelor of Science, Psychology and Hebraic Studies
- Hofstra School of Law, 2003
- Juris Doctorate
- Excellence in Torts Award
- “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.
- 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.