Anna Carley is a partner at a law firm Carley & Lust, Attorneys at Law PLLC, which has offices in Manhattan, New York and Fort Lee, New Jersey. Before starting her own practice, Ms. Carley’s diverse legal experience included working at the Office of Public Defender in Hudson County, New Jersey, where she provided legal help in criminal matters to people with moderate means. She was also an associate at Fellows, Hymowitz & Epstein, PC, a prominent Rockland County personal injury law firm. Ms. Carley obtained her law degree from the New York Law School. In law school, she was actively involved in family law issues as a journalist and a reporter for the television program of New York Law School Media Reporter.
Currently a big portion of Ms. Carley’s practice is dedicated to courtroom and litigation. As a result, she offers outstanding trial skills as a passionate and aggressive litigator. She carefully prepares her cases to make sure that she can achieve the maximum result for each client our law firm represents. She continues to share her legal expertise by participating in television programs on family law in New York and New Jersey. In her attempt to bring attention to important legal issues Ms. Carley has authored a number of legal articles such as, “Pros and Cons of Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements”; “What to do When Your Uncontested Divorce Becomes Contested”, and others. On February 6, 2012 Ms. Carley was a guest speaker on a TV show on “Divorce: what are the facts” which is aired in Manhattan and Brooklyn, NY. One of Ms. Carley’s recent personal injury cases has been featured on NBC NY, USA Today, NY Daily News and Huffington Post.
Ms. Carley is an active member of New Jersey State Bar Association, American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association and New York State Trial Lawyers Association.
Anna Carley is committed to protecting your rights and interests in a divorce and will help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Ms. Carley provides personalized service and is extremely caring and conscientious when addressing parental concerns regarding children.