150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Michael D. Stutman

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Stutman Advocate Stutman & Lichtenstein, LLP

Contact Information

135 West 50th Street
18th Floor
New York NY 10020
Work 212 776 1926

Practice State

New York


Michael Stutman is The Immediate Past President of the New York Chapter. He has more than thirty years of family law experience, handling all forms of nuptial agreements, settlements and court trials. Michael was lead counsel in a matter in which a wife received 100% of marital property and in a matter in which his client’s personal injury claim against her husband and her right to use captured computer files were upheld.


Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation


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  • Bronx, New York
  • Columbia, New York
  • Dutchess, New York
  • Kings, New York
  • Nassau, New York
  • New York, New York
  • Orange, New York
  • Putnam, New York
  • Queens, New York
  • Richmond, New York
  • Rockland, New York
  • Suffolk, New York
  • Westchester, New York


BA 1975, Knox College JD 1978, University of Tulsa School of Law

Legal Organizations

International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; City Bar Assn.; New York State Bar Assn.; Committee on Matrimonial Law, City Bar Assn., 1996-1999, 2005-2008; Committee on Trusts, Estates and Surrogates Courts 2008-2011, 2012-2015;New York State Family Law Section, City Bar Association Matrimonial Law Committee 2015/16 to 2019


Recipient, Commitment to Justice Award, 1999-2000, Network for Women's Services; Mentor in Motion-Justice for All Women; Selected as on of Ten Leaders of Matrimonial Law in New York City; Selected as on of the Best Lawyers in American every year since 2007; Selected as a "Super Lawyer" since inception; AV rated Martindale Hubbell.

CLE Presentations

Frequently Chair CLE programs of the City Bar Assn, New York State Bar Assn. and AAML-NY Chapter; Featured Lecturer on Lawline.com; Frequent panelist at New York State Bar Assn. and AAML CLE programs. Most recently, featured Speaker at 2012 New York State Bar Annual Meeting of Trusts and Estates Section on Recent Changes of NY Matrimonial Law; 2012 Divorce Conference AICPA/AAML Las Vegas, co-presenter with Mark Harrison on "Active Passive Valuation Issues" and sole presenter on "Assessing Post Judgement Third Party Clawbacks and the Impact on Valuation".


"How to Divorce in New York,'' Co-Author with Grier Raggio, 1997.

"Divorce in New York", Addicus Publishing 2013

AAML Chapter

Immediate Past President, New York Chapter; co-Chair of Continuing Education Committee

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