Morgan Fraser Mouchette
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Morgan Fraser Mouchette concentrates her practice in matrimonial matters and has experience representing clients in all aspects of family matters, including divorce, property distribution, child custody, spousal support and matrimonial agreements.
Ms. Mouchette has participated in extensive financial and custody trials in New York State Supreme Court, Family Court, and in the Southern District of New York, and has assisted in securing positive outcomes for clients through settlement and litigation. Ms. Mouchette is also committed to pro bono work and has represented an Iraq war veteran in connection with a custody matter. She was a recipient of the Firm's "Pro Bono Hero" award in 2011 and 2013.
Ms. Mouchette was also profiled as a "Rising Star" by the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York ("WBASNY"), for her commitment to the practice of law and her contributions to WBASNY's Chapter and mission.
While in law school, Ms. Mouchette was a legal intern at the Feerick Center for Social Justice, and was the recipient of the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award from Fordham University School of Law in connection with her work concerning the financial consequences of criminal convictions in New York State.
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Ms. Mouchette was recently appointed to serve on the board of directors of the New York Women’s Bar Association (“NYWBA”). She also serves as the co-chair of two NYWBA committees, the Students and New Lawyers Committee, mentoring new members of the legal profession, and the Diversity Committee, encouraging success and mentorship of attorneys of color and increased diversity in field. She was also selected for the 2015 Fellows Program of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, a landmark program created to identify, train, and advance the next generation of leaders in the legal profession.
2014 and 2017, New York “Rising Star” in Family Law, listed in Super Lawyers
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