About Matthew K. Mady
Matthew Mady, a partner in the firm of Campagna Johnson Mady, P.C., has been practicing law for nearly 15 years, during which time he has focused his practice exclusively in the field of matrimonial and family law.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Mady was the managing partner of a successful matrimonial firm, which provided him with the background and experience necessary to thrive in his current role as a partner at Campagna Johnson Mady, P.C.
Recognized for his tenacity in the courtroom, as well as his deft touch in negotiating settlements outside of it, Mr. Mady has been described as an attorney capable of not only trying whatever case is presented to him, but alternatively, settling any case well. This ability has allowed Mr. Mady to tailor his approach to managing a case specifically to the facts and circumstances of that particular client. Recognizing that not every case can settle, but also that not all matters need to go to trial, Mr. Mady develops the most effective path to resolving a client’s case, both in time and in money, while keeping in mind the specific goals that the client has set out to accomplish.
Prior to starting his legal career, Mr. Mady double majored in both History and Health Science Studies at Quinnipiac University, and then obtained his Juris Doctorate from Hofstra University Maurice A. Dean School of Law, being one of the few graduates who upon graduation, was awarded a certificate of study in Child and Family Advocacy. While in law school, Mr. Mady volunteered his time representing youths in both the Nassau and Queens Family Courts.
During his career, Mr. Mady has been recognized as one of the top 10 attorneys under 40 by the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys, as well as being ranked in the top 10 in client satisfaction for the State of New York by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys. Mr. Mady has also received the prestigious Lead Counsel Award by Thompson Reuters, individually in each Family Law and Matrimonial Law. Recently, Mr. Mady has been qualified as a High Stakes Litigator by America’s Top 100 Attorneys and has been recognized as an attorney who demonstrates excellence in the field of Family Law by Lawyers of Distinction.
Outside of the office, Mr. Mady has volunteered his time as the supervising attorney for the St. Anthony’s High School Mock Trial team. Mr. Mady has also lectured for the Suffolk County P.E.A.C.E. Program, a course that helps to educate parents going through contested custody matters on the entire process of a custody case, from beginning to end. Mr. Mady has been invited to be a guest lecturer at Touro College’s Jacob D. Fuchsberg School of Law and has also presented continuing education classes for his peers through the Suffolk County Bar Association.
Presently, Mr. Mady is on the Board of Directors for the Suffolk County Matrimonial Bar Association and holds a membership in the Suffolk County and New York State Bar Associations.
- 100% of Practice Devoted to Family and Divorce Law
- New York, 2007
Hofstra University School of Law,
Hempstead, New York
- J.D. – 2006
- Honors: Certificate of Study in Child and Family Advocacy
- Honors: Member, Family Court Review
- Honors: President, Sports and Entertainment Law Society
- Law Digest: Sports and Entertainment Law Digest, Editor-in-Chief
- B.A., B.S. – 2002
- Majors: History / Health Science Studies
- Lecturer, Suffolk County Bar Association, Seminar on Business Valuations
- Lecturer, Suffolk County P.E.A.C.E. Program, Suffolk County Courts, 2010 – Present
- Guest Lecturer, Touro College’s Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Suffolk County Bar Association, Member, 2007 – Present
- New York State Bar Association, Member, 2007 – Present
- New York State Solo and Small Firm Advisory Panel, Member, 2017 – Present
- Suffolk County Matrimonial Bar Association, Member, 2007 – Present
- Family Law Section of the New York State Bar Association, 2007 – Present
Past Employment Positions
- Castrovinci & Mady, Managing Partner, 2009 – 2017
Pro Bono Activities
- Mock Trial Team coach, St. Anthony’s High School
- Business Evaluations and Distribution
- Child Abduction
- Child Support
- Collection of Counsel Fees and Expert Feeds
- Enforcement of Visitiation and Support Orders
- Family Law
- Grandparent’s Visitation
- License and Professional Practice Valuations
- Parental Alienation
- Post-Nuptial Agreements
- Relocation of a Child’s Residence
- Spousal Maintenance
- Support Modification Proceedings