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Since her admission to the New York State Bar in 1990, and the Connecticut State Bar in 1989, Ms. Milone has limited her practice to matrimonial and family law, litigation and, more recently, Collaborative Divorce, an alternative dispute resolution methodology.

Ms. Milone has represented matrimonial litigants in the counties of Westchester, New York, Kings, Nassau and Suffolk, in both Supreme and Family Court and in the Appellate Divisions of the First and Second Departments. She is a long-time member of the Family Law Sections of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), the Westchester County Bar Association (WCBA) and the Westchester Women’s Bar Association. She is a member of the Executive Committees of the Family Law Sections of the NYSBA and the WCBA, and is Co-Chair of the Long Range Planning Committee of the Family Law Section of the NYSBA.  Ms. Milone is both a past Vice Chair and past Chair of the Family Law Section of the WCBA.  She has also been included in all editions of New York Super Lawyers from inception to date and in Best Lawyers in America since 2007.

Ms. Milone is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), was a member of the Board of Managers of its New York Chapter of the AAML (2015 – 2017) and is currently a Vice President of the New York Chapter (2018 – ).

In addition, she is a founding member, past Vice President (2003-2005) and past President (2005-2007) of the Association of Collaborative Lawyers of Rockland-Westchester, a member of the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

Ms. Milone has lectured for the Family Law Sections of the NYSBA and WCBA, and the New York Chapter of the AAML and was Editor-in-Chief (2000-2008) of the Domestic Law Review, a quarterly publication of the Family Law Section of the WCBA. She also co-authored an article entitled “Judicial Alchemy: Turning Losses into Marital Assets,” which was published in the Spring, 2000 and Millennium issues of the Family Law Review, a publication of the NYSBA Family Law Section.