Concetta G. Spirio
While Concetta G. Spirio is a true general practitioner attorney with a diverse practice in many areas of the law, she is experienced in resolving marriage issues of all types. She is a compassionate and aggressive lawyer providing legal representation for clients for over 28 years.
Concetta provides experienced legal representation in the areas of:
- Marriage, separations and divorce
- Domestic Partnerships
- Wills and Estates
- Probate and Administration proceedings
- Real Estate
- Lesbian, Gay and Family Law issues
- Contested and Uncontested Matrimonial and Divorce Proceedings
- Couple and Divorce Mediation
- NO COURT Divorce Collaborative Law
- Civil and Commercial Law
Concetta G. Spirio is a native of Long Island, NY. She is admitted to the New York State Bar since 1987 and the New Jersey State Bar since 1986.
She holds a Jurist Doctorate in Law from Brooklyn Law School from 1985. Ms. Spirio received her Bachelors’ Degree in Social Work from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. Ms. Spirio has been practicing law since 1987 and formed her own firm in 1996.
She is admitted in both the State and Federal (Southern and Eastern Districts) Courts in the State of New York. Ms. Spirio has been providing passionate and aggressive legal representation for over twenty-six years. Ms. Spirio takes pride in working closely with her clients to achieve success in reaching their goals
She has extensive experience in Civil and Commercial law as well as most types of litigation. She has practiced in all courts in the downstate areas, including the counties of New York, Richmond, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester.
Ms. Spirio is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Nassau County Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association, LEGAL- The LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York, as well as the Collaborative Law Association of New York, Inc. Since 1997 Ms. Spirio has served as an Arbitrator for the Nassau County District Courts. Ms. Spirio has also handled Appeals and argued cases before the New York State Appellate Division.
Ms. Spirio is dedicated and committed to the processes of Mediation and Collaborative Law as an effective method of alternative dispute resolution. She is a participating attorney member of the Collaborative Law Association of New York, Inc., (CLANY), the first collaborative law practice group of its kind in Suffolk County, New York. CLANY, a not-for-profit organization, is committed to promoting collaborative dispute resolution as a method for helping couples separate or divorce with greater respect, less cost, increased privacy and skilled legal representation, all without either party ever stepping foot in court.