Divorce, Custody, High Net Worth Matters
Adria S. Hillman, Attorney at Law, P.C., empowers her clients to move through often-complicated divorce and custodial proceedings collectively with counsel. She specializes in multi-jurisdictional divorce, financial and custodial issues and mediation for high net worth individuals. She is strategic and collaborative, and relies on a broad network of experts on behalf of her clients in such areas as forensic evaluations and mental health issues.
Her extensive background includes valuations in a wide range of industries, such as financial services, real estate, retail and entertainment.
She is a gifted strategist with deep experience in analyzing alternative resolutions, including mediation, collaborative divorce, negotiated settlements and litigation, trials and appeals.
Her expertise extends to negotiating and drafting complex agreements before and during marriage for high net worth clients.
Ms. Hillman and her team of senior, experienced attorneys are straightforward, accessible and responsive, discreet and judicious.
She and her team have close, multiple relations with forensic experts and parenting professionals. Her firm’s approach is always one of pooled effort and transparency.
Adria S. Hillman has received an AV Preeminent Rated by Martindale Hubbell for the past 20 years and has been appointed as a special master and neutral evaluator in litigated cases. She puts her skills and experience to wider use by supporting organizations and projects that speak to her passions, particularly in helping to empower women. Ms. Hillman is a founding member of the New York Women’s Foundation, and has served there in multiple capacities. She is a longstanding member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the New York Women’s Bar Association, as well as a sustaining member of the New York State Bar Association, and a member of the Executive Committee of the New York State Bar Association Family Law Section.
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