Jordan E. Trager

Associate

"My goal is to reduce the emotional toll of divorce on my clients and work towards achieving a settlement that best meets their needs and concerns and the results they want to achieve."

JORDAN E. TRAGER, ESQ. joined Wisselman & Associates, P.C. in February, 2011. Mr. Trager has over 20 years of litigation experience handling matrimonial and family law matters. He has tried numerous complex divorce and Family Court cases on a wide range of issues, including custody, parenting time, property distribution, child support and orders of protection. Although Mr. Trager is an accomplished trial attorney, he believes that the best result can often be achieved by a negotiated settlement. He has also prepared countless divorce agreements.

Mr. Trager is also an experienced divorce and family mediator who has successfully mediated numerous divorce settlements for his clients.

Jordan E. Trager
  • Practice Areas

    • Matrimonial and Family Law
    • Divorce and Family Mediation
    • Collaborative Law
    • Criminal Law
  • Education

    • Hofstra University School of Law (J.D., 1994)
    • University of New York at Albany (B.A., American History, 1991)

  • Professional Memberships

    • Alternative Dispute Resolution Panel, Nassau County Bar Association
    • Suffolk County Bar Association
    • Nassau Lawyers Association of Long Island
    • New York State Council on Divorce Mediation
    • Academy of Professional Family Mediators
    • New York Association of Collaborative Professionals
    • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
    • HIA-LI (Membership and Mentoring Committees)

    Admissions:

    • New York State Bar (April, 1995)
    • Eastern and Southern District Federal Courts (March, 1996)

  • Outside The Courtroom

    • August, 2017 New York Law Journal published article titled “Divorce Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution in New York Courts”
    • Led legal workshops for continuing education credit for mental health professionals:
      • Workshop Topic: Legal and Mental Health Aspects of Mediation, Litigation, and Negotiated Settlement in a Divorce
      • Workshop Topic: Parental Alienation in Marriage and Divorce
    • Top Family Law Practitioners, New York Magazine
    • Contributed to article on Divorce and Mediation in Long Island Business News
    • Adjunct Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at SUNY Farmingdale
    • Presenter at NYMHCA on case study of family court custody case