Lee Rosenberg has emerged as one of Long Island's leading young matrimonial attorneys, thanks in part to his energetic style, his natural curiosity and his understanding of the law and how it affects his clients. He has practiced family law for over twenty years and has assumed a leadership role among mid-career attorneys. At his firm, Rosenberg is counted on for his organizational skills and productivity.
Rosenberg was born in Manhasset and grew up in Dix Hills. In college, Rosenberg, the son of a commercial builder, envisioned a teaching career - "I loved history and social studies" - but law school beckoned. In 1986 he joined a small Hicksville firm with a general practice that focused on commercial law, real-estate transactions representing Barclays Bank, matrimonial law and personal injury law. By 1996 Rosenberg had teamed up with long-time partners, Bill Saltzman and Michael Chetkof to form his present firm of which he is also administrative partner. Rosenberg's focus has been on divorce law and the firm represents clients in Nassau and Suffolk Counties as well as in the City of New York.
Rosenberg possesses a true enthusiasm for the law. He recognizes the personal challenge that each divorce case presents him. "We wear a lot of hats. We must be knowledgeable in many areas including taxation, accounting, the actuarial field, negotiation, even psychology. All those roles make my work that much more interesting." A frequently published author and lecturer in addition to his litigation and appellate skills, Rosenberg has also been trained in divorce mediation and collaborative law to help find more ways to try and find settlement solutions for his clients.
Rosenberg lives in Huntington with his wife and son.