A brief biography on Sheldon.
Mr. Greenbaum has been engaged in the practice of law since graduating from law school in 1974 and has concentrated his practice on family and matrimonial law since 1981. Mr. Greenbaum is rated “AV” by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating for both competence and ethics, and has been recognized both by Best Lawyers in America and by SuperLawyers. He has represented hundreds of clients in all phases of divorce proceedings, including appeals in the Court of Appeals, and Appellate Division, First and Second Departments, and has assisted in the development of new case law, including one of the first, if not the first, case awarding interim maintenance to a husband. Mr. Greenbaum’s unique combination of accounting knowledge, legal education, and litigation skills allow him to serve efficiently in matrimonial litigation involving complicated financial issues.
Since 2005, Mr. Greenbaum has also served as Justice of the Village Court of Port Washington North in Nassau County. He was also selected by the Supreme Court, New York County, to act as a volunteer Neutral Evaluator in the pilot Matrimonial Alternate Dispute Resolution Program. He was also an Adjunct Associate Professor of Law, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in contracts and sales at New York University’s Stern School of Business.
Before founding Greenbaum & Doran, P.C. (formerly known as Goldman & Greenbaum, P.C.), Mr. Greenbaum was associated with Hess, Segall, Guterman, Pelz & Steiner (now known as Loeb & Loeb, LLP), where his practice was devoted both to matrimonial and commercial litigation. Before that, Mr. Greenbaum was associated with Parker Chapin Flattau & Klimpl (now known as Troutman Sanders, LLP), where he focused primarily on commercial litigation but handled some matrimonial matters.
Mr. Greenbaum graduated magna cum laude from New York University Stern School of Business in 1971 with a B.S. in Accounting, and from New York University School of Law in 1974, where he served as an editor of the Review of Law and Social Change. He is admitted to practice in New York; in the U.S. Supreme Court; the U.S. Courts of Appeals, Second Circuit and the Federal Circuit; the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York; and the U.S. Court of International Trade. Mr. Greenbaum is a member of the American Bar Association, Family Law Section; the New York State Bar Association, Family Law Section; and the New York City Bar Association.
A brief biography on Kaitlin.
Ms. Doran attended college at the University of South Florida, where she majored in political science and graduated magna cum laude in 2009. Throughout college, Ms. Doran worked as a paralegal for a boutique civil litigation law firm in Tampa, Florida. Immediately after college, Ms. Doran moved to New York City and graduated from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in May 2013, with a concentration in Family and Matrimonial Law. Throughout law school, Ms. Doran immersed herself in the practice of family and matrimonial law, an area she wanted to focus on since she was very young. Ms. Doran first interned with the non-profit organization, Legal Information for Families Today, and then with a boutique matrimonial firm located in New York City specializing in high-net-worth divorces. She later served as an intern to the Hon. Lori S. Sattler, a matrimonial judge in the New York Supreme Court, and was invited back to intern for a second semester. She also participated in the Family Court Clinic and the Divorce Mediation Clinic, where she served as a student mediator to divorcing couples.
Since June 2014, Ms. Doran has worked at Greenbaum & Doran, P.C. (formerly known as Goldman & Greenbaum, P.C.), where she practices in all areas of family and matrimonial law, including equitable distribution of assets, custody and parenting time, spousal support, child support, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and post-judgment modification and enforcement proceedings. Ms. Doran is a member of the American Bar Association, Young Lawyer Law Section; the New York State Bar Association, Family Law Section; and the New York City Bar Association.