Mattingly Cavagnaro LLP Founding Partner Christopher Mattingly was named to the Buffalo Business First/Buffalo Law Journal's 2018 "Legal Elite."
Are you thinking about fostering a child, or maybe even adoption? Attorney Melissa Cavagnaro spoke with Buffalo Magazine for a feature looking at some of the joys (and challenges) of both options.
Mattingly Cavagnaro LLP Founding Partner Chris Mattingly was interviewed by WKBW-TV for a segment exploring how to address pets when contemplating divorce.
When the New York Court of Appeals issued a major ruling defining the parental rights of non-biological parents in a same-sex relationship, The Buffalo Law Journal reached out to Chris Mattingly and Melissa Cavagnaro for their insight into this pivotal legal ruling.
Mr. Mattingly and Ms. Cavagnaro have more than three decades of experience combined representing families in complex family matters including custody issues.
Mattingly Cavagnaro Founding Partner Christopher Mattingly was recently interviewed by The Buffalo Law Journal for an article examining the shift in Family Court when it comes to awarding equal time with parents in a custody case.
Mr. Mattingly has been a family law attorney for more than 20 years and has extensive experience dealing with all matters involving the complicated and often emotionally-charged issues surrounding family court cases.
All three of the attorneys at Mattingly Cavagnaro were honored by Super Lawyers.
Partners Christopher Mattingly and Melissa Cavagnaro were named to the 2016 Super Lawyers list in the category of Family Law and Associate Rebecca Brawn was name a "Rising Star" in Family Law.
For Mr. Mattingly, this is his tenth consecutive year being selected as a Super Lawyer. Ms. Cavagnaro was named for the first time after earning a spot as a Rising Star in the previous three years. For Ms. Brawn, this was her first time being honored by the legal publication.
Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor
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Mattingly Cavagnaro LLP Founding Partner Christopher Mattingly is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Rebecca J. Brawn to the firm.
Ms. Brawn is an associate who will concentrate her practice in the areas of matrimonial and family law. She is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo, where she earned her J.D. and she is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Family Law Committee, New York State Bar Association, Bar Association of Erie County, Matrimonial and Family Law Committee, Bar Association of Erie County, and the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York, Western New York Chapter.
To view Ms. Brawn's complete bio, click here.
We are proud and excited to announce that Christopher Mattingly and Melissa Cavagnaro have both been named to the Superlawyer's Top Rated Family Law Lawyers in Buffalo, NY! http://attorneys.superlawyers.com/family-law/new-york-upstate/buffalo/
Mattingly Cavagnaro, LLP is pleased to announce that Rebecca J. Brawn, Esq., has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Ms. Brawn concentrates her practice exclusively to the areas of matrimonial and family law with a focus on Family Court and issues regarding custody disputes, paternity matters, visitation issues and child support matters.
Christopher Mattingly and Melissa Cavagnaro are featured in January's issue of the Buffalo Law Journal: http://www.bizjournals.com/buffalo/blog/buffalo-law-journal/2015/01/family-court-stretched-by-case-overload.html