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BriAnne Copp

BriAnne Copp

For over a decade, experienced litigator BriAnne Copp has focused her practice exclusively on matrimonial and family law. To each of her cases she brings experience in a wide range of substantive areas of law including commercial litigation, contract, bankruptcy, and partnership disputes, private client, and even capital criminal defense.

BriAnne regularly advises clients on all aspects of family and matrimonial matters including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, contested divorce proceedings, child custody, access, and support, maintenance, valuation and distribution of assets, post-judgment modification and enforcement actions, and appeals. She frequently deals with high-net worth clients (and their spouses), and is often called upon to uncover secreted assets or parse out complex financial information. BriAnne also has significant experience navigating parental alienation, mental health, and substance abuse issues.

BriAnne aims for negotiated settlements, often crafting creative solutions for thorny problems. When it is the best option, however, she is more than capable of shepherding a case through any necessary litigation. Known as a skilled writer, she also prides herself on knowing and articulating the facts and details of each of her cases.

As well as an experienced litigator, BriAnne is a trained mediator, having completed her training through the Center for Understanding in Conflict.

Professional Experience

Greenspoon Marder, LLP

Miller Zeiderman Weiderkehr & Schwarz LLP

Rottenstreich & Ettinger LLP

Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP

Professional & Civic Affiliations

New York State Bar Association

New York Women’s Bar

Center for Understanding in Conflict

Awards & Recognitions

Super Lawyers, Rising Stars

Best Lawyers in America Ones to Watch

Education & Admissions

New York University School of Law, J.D., 2007

Yale University, B.A., Psychology, 2002

New York State Bar

U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York