The Law Offices of David L. Martin, Esq., P.C.


The Law Offices of David L. Martin, Esq., P.C.

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David L. Martin

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Child Support, Child Custody, Divorce & Family Law, Criminal

David L. Martin, Esq. is an experienced Divorce, Family Law and Criminal attorney who practices in Nassau County and Queens County. Mr. Martin... (more)

"With Mr. Martin's help, I was able to walk away from my divorce proceedings with joint custody of my two young children. This was the best outcome possible for my family and we were ultimately able to settle outside of court, which saved us the cost of going to trial. Mr. Martin and his staff were extremely professional and courteous every step of the way. They fought for me when necessary, and they also knew when it was more beneficial to negotiate, which they did very effectively. They took all of my input and thoughtfully crafted it into a successful outcome. Thank you to Mr. Martin and team for your tireless work on my case!"

  1 year ago     Patrick Thompson

"The office is very personable. Excellent interaction with the clients. Answers any questions asked. No question is silly. Absolutely love their people skills."

  9 months ago     Hope Butler

"I found Mr. Martin through google and it was the best find. Very professional and straight forward not to mention his paralegals whom are very efficient. I would definitely recommend."

  1 year ago     Uzziel Taveras

"Mr. Martin is very professional and knowledgeable, the service he provided was outstanding. He clearly explained the process I was in, he gave me legal advice and helped negotiate a Great result. nnAlso, the people who are working with him also very helpful.nnI would highly recommend Mr. Martin."

  1 year ago     Ankur Shah

"David Martin is one of the best family lawyers I have met, since day one he was straight up about my custody case, he brought my son back from Utah with in weeks. He deal with everything, is been 5 years since I first consulted him and any time I need help with my case he's there for me. Since I live in queens he always makes himself available in the queens office even with short notice.nHis staff is very efficient and they response time is very fast."

  1 year ago     Cesar Pazmino

The Law Offices of David L. Martin, Esq., P.C.
1415 Kellum Place
Garden City, NY 11530


1415 Kellum Place
Garden City, NY 11530

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