Rayne M. Sassower is an associate attorney working in the arena of family law.
In 2013, Rayne was named an Access to Justice Champion by the Nassau County Bar Association for providing direct representation and courtroom advocacy to victims of domestic violence, and in 2014 she was awarded the Certificate of Recognition from the New York Courts Access to Justice Program.
Currently, Rayne serves as a member of the Brooklyn Bar Association Family Court Committee and Brooklyn Barrister Editorial Board, the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association Matrimonial Committee, and the Women’s Bar Association for the State of New York Matrimonial and Domestic Violence Committees.
Rayne has experience working in various areas, including Contested and Uncontested Divorce, Custody and Visitation (Parenting Time), Distribution of Property (Equitable Distribution), Child Support, Spousal Support (Maintenance), Parental Alienation, Mother’s Rights, Father’s Rights, Grandparents’ Rights, Family Offenses -Obtaining, and Defending Against an Order of Protection, Relocation, Paternity, Enforcement, and Post-Judgment Modification.
Rayne is the producer of Silent Voices, a documentary film which detailed the psychological effects of domestic violence, and served as a Founding Board Member of the North Hempstead Task Force for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, under Former Supervisor of the Town of North Hempstead and Councilwoman, the late Mae Newburger.