Stephen M. Orsetti has a diverse legal background, having started work in the legal field in 1998 and learned all facets of law from the most mundane tasks to the most complicated appellate work.  After graduating from St. John’s University School of Law, Mr. Orsetti was immediately promoted to and excelled as Managing Attorney at a personal injury firm where he oversaw all attorneys’ work product and maintained orderly and efficient handling of cases.  He then moved on to open his own law practice, the Law Offices of Stephen M. Orsetti, Esq., which he grew and expanded into a thriving general practice law firm for over 8 years before partnering with Ms. Curti to ensure a “one stop shop” for their mutual clients.  Mr. Orsetti has extensive experience in all the various Courts of the Long Island and New York City metropolitan area, including their policies and procedure, having handled a multitude of different types of legal cases for satisfied clients.  He is committed to ensuring each client is fully informed and understands the law and their options prior to the client rendering a decision on what they feel is in their best interests.  Mr. Orsetti is admitted to practice in the States of New York and Connecticut and is a member of the New York State Bar Association.

St. John’s University School of Law

B.A. Hofstra University

Member New York State Bar Association

New York State Bar

Connecticut State Bar (Retired)

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Shana L. Curti has been representing clients in family law matters since she began her legal career.  A graduate of New York University and St. John's University School of Law, Ms. Curti has represented clients in all aspects of Family Law matters, including divorce (uncontested and contested), custody/visitation, child support and spousal support, and Orders of Protection.  Ms. Curti is an able and experienced Mediator and collaborative attorney for those who wish to resolve their differences in an amicable manner outside of the courtroom setting.  She strives to resolve the issues confronted by the Firm's clients through agreement where possible, and she is an assiduous advocate when negotiations are contentious.  Should it be necessary, she is a strong litigator who has tried cases before the Supreme Court and Family Court achieving favorable decisions.  She is also knowledgeable about fire department, police department, and union pension plans, as well as all other general practice areas offered by the Firm.  Ms. Curti is admitted to practice in the State of New York, and she is a member of the Matrimonial Law and Family Court Law & Procedure Committees of the Nassau County Bar Association.

St. John’s University School of Law

B.A. New York University


New York State Bar

Member of the Suffolk County Bar Association

Matrimonial Law and Family Court Law & Procedure Committees  of the Nassau Country Bar Association

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