Thomas K. Campagna | Matrimonial Attorney

Thomas K. Campagna

About Thomas K. Campagna

Thomas K. Campagna has exclusively devoted his practice to divorce and family law for over 30 years and possesses extensive experience in litigating and negotiating complex matters in all areas of family law, including divorce, custody, child abduction, relocation of a child’s residence, child support, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, custody and visitation, spousal maintenance and child support awards, the enforcement of visitation and support Orders, parental alienation, grandparents’ visitation, license and professional practice valuations, business evaluations and distribution, support modification proceedings, collection of counsel fees, and expert fees.

Mr. Campagna is a former President of the Matrimonial Bar Association of Suffolk County and member of the Board of Directors of the Matrimonial Bar Association and has been a member of the New York State Bar Association – Family Law Section; member of the Suffolk County Bar Association, Nassau County Womens’ Bar Association and New York County Bar Association.

In addition to representing members of the local community, his experience includes the representation of accomplished and highly recognized celebrities in the television, sports, and music industries; judges and nationally elected politicians; and high net worth individuals in the fields of  finance, medicine, real estate, business, and public service. Mr. Campagna has been interviewed, quoted  and/or referenced in major national and local news (ABC, NBC, New York Times, New York Law Journal, New York Post, People magazine, News 12)  on issues of family law and has been the featured guest speaker on the television program, “The Common Law.”

Mr. Campagna has been a frequent invited guest lecturer providing seminars to fellow attorneys and judges on issues involving divorce and family law.

He has appeared and argued before the New York State Court of Appeals and New York State Appellate Division. A number of his case decisions have been published in the New York Law Journal as being noteworthy to the public and other matrimonial attorneys. He was the attorney for the grandmother in the landmark Court of Appeals case on grandparent rights.

Mr. Campagna is familiar with and has litigated in all five boroughs of the City of New York, Nassau and Suffolk Counties and upstate counties in New York State. He hassuccessfully negotiated matters to a fair and reasonable settlement without the need for trial; however, for those difficult cases in which trial is unavoidable, he has zealously litigated, and successfully brought to conclusion, cases in the State Supreme and Family Courts.

Litigation Experience

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Divorce and Family Law matters

Bar Admissions

  • New York, 1987

Education

Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York – 1987

State University of New York at Stony Brook

  • B.A. – 1983

Most Recent Awards

AVVO Perfect 10 Rating

“Top Rated Lawyer” on SuperLawyers.com

Very High Rating in Legal Ability and Ethical Standards – Martindale-Hubbell, 2019

America’s Most Honored Professionals – Top 1% -The American Registry, 2019

Distinguished Attorney – Martindale-Hubbell, 2019

America’s Most Honored Professionals – Top 1% -The American Registry, 2018

Distinguished Attorney – Martindale-Hubbell, 2018

America’s Most Honored Professionals – Top 1% – The American Registry, 2017

Distinguished Attorney – Martindale-Hubbell, 2017

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Practice Areas

  • Child Abduction
  • Child Support
  • Collection of Counsel Fees and Expert Fees
  • Custody
  • Divorce
  • Enforcement of Visitation and Support Orders
  • Family Law
  • Grandparent’s Visitation
  • License & Professional Practice Valuations
  • Parental Alienation
  • Post-Nuptial Agreements
  • Pre-Nuptial
  • Relocation of a Child’s Residence
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Support Modification Proceedings

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