Jennifer L. Fazio
Ms. Fazio is a partner with the law firm of Dentino, Cammarata & Fazio, LLP and is well respected in the legal community for her skills in the areas of matrimonial and family law. For nearly twenty years, she has assisted clients through the difficult transition of divorce, separation and other sensitive family law matters. Ms. Fazio offers compassionate yet effective legal services on the issues of premarital and post marital agreements, separation, divorce, support of children and spouses, division of marital assets and debts, custody and visitation, same sex marriage issues and dissolution of civil unions.
Although such family law matters are rarely easy, Ms. Fazio’s experience and competence helps you feel confident and comfortable with your decisions.
Ms. Fazio's approach to her cases is to advise clients on both practical and legal aspects of their issues in a cost-effective manner so as to empower clients in making the best decisions. While she understands the benefits to resolving matters out of Court and is "mediation friendly", Ms. Fazio is a zealous litigator and has also represented clients in trials in both Family Court and Supreme Court to protect their interests. She practices in the following counties: Monroe, Livingston, Ontario and Wayne. Ms. Fazio also assists clients with personal bankruptcy, wills and other ancillary matters. Ms. Fazio is highly rated on Avvo and was selected as “Client’s Choice” among Family Law Attorneys. Please read more about Ms. Fazio’s legal services and reviews from clients and colleagues by following the above these links to Avvo
Professional and Community Activities: Ms. Fazio is a member of the Family Law Section of the Monroe County Bar Association and was past Chair of the Family Law Section. She has lectured for the New York State Bar Association, Equal Parents for Children and the Rochester Association of Family Mediators concerning issues of divorce, custody, support and other family law matters.
Education: Juris Doctor, 1994, Syracuse University College of Law
BS, Nazareth College of Rochester
Admissions:New York State Bar, 1995
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, 1995
U.S. District Court, Western District of New York, 1995
United States Bankruptcy Court