50 Years of Success and Experience in Divorce and Family Law
Charna L. Fuchs
Charna Fuchs has expertise in Matrimonial Law and Family Law, and is a native of New York. She earned her law degree at the New York Law School in 1977, after completing her undergraduate studies at New York University.
In 1978, Ms. Fuchs was admitted to the bar with New York, the U.S. District court, and the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York.
She is a member of the New Rochelle Bar Association; speaks Hebrew; and she served as Recent Decisions Editor for the Domestic Law Review – West in the Family Law Section in 1992.
She is a trained Mediator and Collaborative Law practitioner.
I understand that the decisions made during the process of a marital dissolution (or for that matter any life altering family related event) can have a huge impact on an individual’s life and future — and that of the family unit. Our goal is to integrate that awareness of vulnerability with the legal skills and expertise to provide effective representation to our clients.
Linda A. Eichen has expertise in Matrimonial and Family Law. Ms. Eichen received her J.D. from George Washington University in 1982, after graduating Magna Cum Laude from New York State University at Albany with a B.S. in Economics. She was admitted to the bar in New York in 1983.
Ms. Eichen served in the Bronx District Attorney’s Office from 1982 up and until 1987, as an Assistant District Attorney in the Major Offense Bureau where, in her last year, she tried numerous cases to verdict.
Ms. Eichen is a member of the Westchester County Bar Association, Westchester County Women’s Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and New York State Council on Divorce Mediation. She is a trained Mediator and Collaborative Law practitioner.
Anyone contemplating divorce faces a series of challenging, often painful decisions. As a skilled attorney specializing in tackling the complex and thorny issues involved in matrimonial and family actions, I believe it is important to listen to the client and devise a solution which is comprehensive, logical and practical based upon his/her specific marital and family circumstances. I believe in listening to my clients and allowing their voices to be heard in either the negotiation and/or litigation of their case.
Fuchs and Eichen : A Tradition of Excellence
With over 50 years of combined experience in matrimonial and family law, we have developed a practical and logical approach to resolving family and divorce issues. Our sterling reputation derives from our understanding that each case, and each client, is unique. Each client has distinct issues and concerns for themselves, their children, and their families. Both Charna Fuchs and Linda Eichen are thoroughly prepared to provide you with counsel and help you to address your legal concerns.
The Skills and Experience You Expect
Specializing in divorce, mediation, and family law, Attorneys Charna Fuchs and Linda Eichen have provided legal representation and brought successful resolution to clients in White Plains, New York City, Westchester, and the surrounding counties of Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess, and the Bronx.
Charna Fuchs was admitted to the bar in 1978, while Linda Eichen was admitted to the bar in 1983. Their combined experience encompasses decades of extensive trial work, including Ms. Eichen’s five years as an assistant district attorney in Bronx County.
Together we have successfully represented clients in all manner of divorce and domestic law cases. Some cases were straightforward and amicable, while others were complex and contentious.
Professionalism and Understanding
When you call on Fuchs and Eichen, we believe you will find that we treat all our clients and their struggles with professionalism, sensitivity, care, and concern. We are constantly on point, being sure to understand your needs, desires, and goals. Let us demonstrate for you our proficiency in mediation, litigation, negotiation, and collaboration. We will always deliver to you the specialized and dedicated attention you require, and the support you need and expect during a period which is often characterized by emotional stress and financial uncertainty.