Emily Lynn Singer

Emily Lynn Singer, Esq.

Lawyer/Mediator Serving Nassau & Suffolk Counties
775 Park Avenue
The Huntington Atrium Suite 255
Huntington, New York 11743


Alimony, Asset Distribution, Child Custody, Conflict, Co-Parenting, Divorce, Divorce Modification and Enforcement, Domestic Relations, Family, Father's Rights, Inheritance Disputes, Legal Separation, Partnership Disputes, PostNuptials, PreNuptials

In addition to practicing divorce and family law for more than 20 years, Ms. Singer is trained in Mediation and Collaborative Divorce and Family Law. She has an extensive and dynamic perspective regarding negotiation and alternative dispute resolution. Ms. Singer is one of a select few divorce practitioners who have trained and studied under the foremost experts in this emerging field  supplementing her Juris Doctor (law degree) with a Masters of Science from Columbia University in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution. She believesit is of crucial importance to resolve family issues cooperatively with the help of professionals outside of the Court system whenever possible, especially when children are involved.


A non-adversarial process in which the mediator represents neither party and is a “facilitator of a process” (a neutral, impartial person) whose role is to help the parties communicate in a non-argumentative and productive manner. Mediation provides a safe environment with professional assistance and structure to enable the parties to explore the specific issues in divorce, separation, or related matters that need resolution. The parties are strongly encouraged to retain and utilize their own legal counsel for advice throughout the mediation process. The process affords the parties the opportunity to resolve the disputes together, outside of Court. It further preserves their self-determination and privacy, rather than having a third party make the critical decisions for them. Through the mediation process a foundation is established for the parties to communicate and allows for a greater opportunity for the parties to be able to communicate in the future when additional questions and concerns arise. This occurs most commonly with regard to the parenting of their children. Parties who mediate frequently realize this benefit which is not commonly found following adversarial proceedings.                         

The Mediation Process is less expensive than Litigation. However, Mediation requires  commitment from both parties as to their willingness to undergo an intensive process, to be respectful to the other, to be forthright and cooperative, and to have an open mind to creative problem solving that can result in mutual benefits to both parties and especially their children.

Emily Lynn Singer, J.D. (Lawyer/Mediator)

31 Centershore Road
Centerport, NY 11721

8 Grace Court
Greenlawn, NY 11740

631 261-9163

631 261-0237

Email: [email protected] 

The Huntington Atrium                                                   

775 Park Avenue - Suite 255                                                   

Huntington, NY 11743