Peter R. Stambleck

(212) 521 3522

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Peter is a partner with Aronson Mayefsky & Sloan, LLP in New York. His practice is focused on providing counsel in a wide range of matrimonial and family law matters including divorce, child custody and access, spousal and child support, paternity, prenuptial, postnuptial and separation agreements.

Prior to joining the Firm, Peter worked as a Certified Public Accountant at Pricewaterhouse Coopers. His background in finance and accounting provides him with a skill set and perspective unique in the practice of family law.

He is active in the New York State Bar Association where he serves as Co-Chair of the Family Law Section’s Continuing Legal Education Committee and is also a member of the Family Law Section’s Executive Committee. Peter is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a member of the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association.

Peter earned his B.S. in finance and accounting from Indiana University and his Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School. He is admitted to the New York and Connecticut State Bars.

Admitted

2007

United States Supreme Court

2005

Connecticut

2004

New York

Education

2003

Brooklyn Law School, JD.

1998

Indiana University, B.S.

Lectures

2018

"Matrimonial Law Practical Skills: Preparing for and Conducting Party Depositions"

2018

"Matrimonial Trial Institute VI: Deconstructing a Business Valuation Report"

2017

"Critical Areas in Matrimonial Law: Ethics, Evidence, Separate Property / Commingling" | New York State Bar Association

2015

"Divorce Anniversaries II - Valuation and Executive Compensation" | New York State Bar Association

2015

"Using Personal and Business Tax Returns to Develop Your Equitable Distribution and Support Case" | New York State Bar Association

2014

"Equitable Distribution and Maintenance"| New York State Bar Association

2014

"J.P. Morgan Private Bank: Emerging Family Leaders; Family Law Considerations"

2014

"Prenups, Postnups and Divorce – What Agents and Advisors Need to Know to Effectively Counsel Their Clients" | Sports Lawyers Association, Chicago, Illinois

2013

"Matrimonial Trial Institute IV: A Mock Financial Trial" | New York State Bar Association

2013

“Bridging the Gap: Consultation with the Client and Moving the Matrimonial Case Through the System” | New York State Bar Association

2013

“Matrimonial Trial Institute III: Trial Techniques and Strategies; Closely Held Businesses, Licenses and Professional Practices” | New York State Bar Association

2013

“Practical Skills – Family Court Practice: Custody, Child Protective Proceedings and Ethics” | New York State Bar Association

2012

“Basic Matrimonial Practice” | New York State Bar Association

2012

“Criminal Law in an Un-Civil Case: A Lawyers Guide to Handling the Intersection of Criminal and Family Law” | American Bar Association

2012

“Divorce And Trusts: How to Effectively Represent Your Client” | American Bar Association

2011

“Interview Skills 101: How to Bridge the Gap from Law School to the Start of Your Career” | New York State Bar Association

2011

“Mining Individual, Corporate, & Partnership Tax Returns” | American Bar Association

2010

“Bridging the Gap: Consultation with the Client and Moving the Matrimonial Case Through the System” | New York State Bar Association

Publications

2010

Understanding New York's O'Brien Decision and its Progeny (with Allan E. Mayefsky)