Elliott Scheinberg, Esq.
Elliott Scheinberg is an attorney whose practice is limited to matrimonial law. He is a Fellow of
the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and serves on its Board of Managers, New
York Chapter, and as co-chair of the Amicus Curiae Committee and Continuing Legal Education
Committees. He is also a Member at Large, Family Law Section, Executive Committee of the
New York State Bar Association (“NYSBA”) and is co-chair of its Amicus Curiae Committee.
Mr. Scheinberg is the author of five chapters for Matthew Bender Publishing, Civil Action
Matrimonial series. He as also authored “Grandparental Visitation: Its Evolution in New York
State”, published by Benjamin N. Cordozo School of Law. He is published in the NYSBA Family
Law Review on such topics as vacatur of stays, settlement agreements, valuation dates, etc.
Mr. Scheinberg is a contributing author for the New York Law Journal including “The Best
Interest of the Child Test as Applied to Grandparental Visitation” (Nov. 21, 2003), “The Expert’s
Recommendation in Custody Cases” (June 30, 2002), “Expert Testimony as a Backdoor to
Impermissible Hearsay” (July 29, 2004), “People v. Goldstein: The Professional Reliability
Rule and Frye” (Jan. 9, 2006), etc. He has also written several amicus curiae briefs to the
Court of Appeals on behalf of the Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, several of his arguments
were cited and adopted by the appeals court.
Mr. Scheinberg has lectured for many local and state Bar Associations, the Statewide Appellate
Division Roundtable, the Appellate Division, Second Department, and the Judicial Institute. In
1995, he was honored for his pro bono service by the NCFJE.
Over 30 years of real world, practical experience has given Rona Wexler a unique, 360° perspective that makes her the first choice of top law firms whenever they are in need of an expert witness in labor and employment and family law matters. After receiving first-class training as a counseling psychologist, Ms. Wexler began work in academia as a career services director, then moved into the corporate world as a Fortune 200 executive, followed by her
career as an executive recruiter and a vocational evaluator - wide-ranging experience that gives a solid foundation to her expertise. She practices throughout the U.S. focusing on the New England, the Tri-state area (NY, CT, NJ), Mid-Atlantic and southern Florida. Ms. Wexler has been qualified and frequently testifies in New York Supreme Court, Federal court, the NLRB, and in the Florida courts. Ms. Wexler, a native of Rhode Island, graduated from Emerson College with a BA in English and attained an MA in Counseling Psychology from New York University. She spent several years as a career and employment counselor at the college level as a Director of Career
Development and Placement. She then joined the corporate ranks at Xerox, where she built a distinguished career in sales management, consultative sales hiring and training. This experience prepared her for her next challenge: moving into executive search as a retained executive recruiter, working with, searching for, and placing mid-level and the most senior executives while working for three prestigious firms.