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Eyal Talassazan, Esq. opened his own law practice (the Law Offices of Eyal Talassazan) in September of 2014.  Prior to opening his own law firm, Eyal worked for several highly rated matrimonial law firms on Long Island and gained invaluable experience.  By concentrating his practice primarily on family and matrimonial law, Eyal is able to provide experienced, step-by-step assistance for a wide range of family law matters, including divorce, child custody, and spousal support.



Mr. Talassazan also practices in the fields of criminal defense, collections law, civil litgation and is also admitted to practice law in both the Eastern and Southern District Federal Courts.  


In addition to his experience as a family law attorney, Mr. Talassazan also runs his own internet-based business and has been recognized in the Wall Street Journal in 2003 for entrepreneurial excellence.   Mr. Talassazan appears and litigates in the Family and Supreme Courts throughout Long Island, Westchester, Orange County and within all five boroughs of New York City.



Languages spoken: French, Farsi, English

Practice areas


  1. Divorce: 60%
  2. Criminal Defense: 10%
  3. Family: 10%
  4. Appeals: 10%
  5. Other: 10%
  6. More 



Retainer (always)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Attorney endorsements

6 total 

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  • John Virdone

    I have the privilege of knowing Eyal for almost ten years. During that time, we worked together on cases at the same firm, and later, we worked opposite each other for opposing clients. Eyal is a tenacious attorney. I personally know that he works very hard for his clients. His writing and research skills are excellent. He is well liked and respected by his clients and colleagues. I fully endorse him.


    John Virdone Divorce and separation Attorney
    Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

  • Matthew Scott Seidner

    I endorse this lawyer. Mr. Talassazan fought hard for his client until the moment of settlement which occurred during closing statements. He was respectful to the Court and me and an advocate for his client.


    Matthew Seidner Divorce and separation Attorney
    Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

Contact info

Law Offices of Eyal Talassazan, P.C.

900 Merchants Concourse
Suite 212
Westbury, NY, 11590


NYCurrently registered 200507/10/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Super Lawyers Rising StarSuper Lawyers Magazine2015
Super Lawyers Rising StarSuper Lawyers Magazine2014
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Associate AttorneyWisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C.2007 - Present
AttorneySchlissel, Ostrow & Karabatos2006 - 2006
Associate AttorneyThe Law Offices of Thomas F. Liotti2004 - 2006
Association namePosition nameDuration
New York State Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Queens County Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Nassau County Bar AssociationMemberN/A
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Catherine Chiang vs. County of NassauFavorable outcome for our client.
Grant v. County of NassauFavorable Outcome for our Client
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Publication nameTitleDate
New York Family Law MonthlyHow to Succeed in a Relocation Case2010
New York Family Law MonthlyPost-Nuptial Agreement2009
New York Family Law MonthlyConstructive Emancipation2008
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Brooklyn Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor2001
New York University School of LawN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1996
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
2010 Legal Workshop on Custody, Visitation & Important Social Issues Affecting ChildrenWhat Every Mental Health Practitioner Should Know About Custody & Visitation and Important Social Issues Affecting Children2010
Legal Workshop on CustodyLegal Workshop on Custody for Mental Health Professionals2008
NYS Requirements for Termination on Parental RightsNYS Requirements for Termination on Parental RIghts2007
Legal Workshop on Parental AlienationLegal Workshop on Parental Alienation for Mental Health Professionals2007

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