Jason M. Barbara is the founder and principal of Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C. and has been licensed to practice law in New York for over a decade. Mr. Barbara is also admitted in the United states District Courts for the Eastern & Southern District of New York. In addition to his considerable talents in the courtroom, Mr. Barbara is equally adept at the negotiation table, and his keen legal mind and problem solving skills allow him to analyze the issues in any dispute to create solutions where others have failed.
Jason Barbara has helped his clients through varied legal issues -- from divorce proceedings and child custody battles to a multitude of civil issues. This breadth of knowledge and experience gives him a unique perspective that he brings to every client’s case and allows him to provide a quality of legal service that cannot be delivered by other attorneys. As an established attorney, Jason Barbara has been a member of both the American Bar Association and the New York State Bar for years. Mr. Barbara is also deeply connected to his local community through his membership in the Nassau County Bar Association and donations of his services to the We Care Foundation and pro-bono legal clients each year.
Danielle Burns is an associate attorney with Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C. Ms. Burns is experienced in a wide variety of general practice matters and specializes in the fields of matrimonial and family law. Ms Burns represents her clients through all phases of the divorce process and is experienced in addressing issues such as support, equitable distribution and child custody disputes.
Ms. Burns received her Bachelor's degree in Legal Studies from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Thereafter, she earned her Juris Doctorate degree from Touro Law Center in Central Islip, New York. Danielle began her work in the legal profession long before receiving her Juris Doctorate degree. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Burns worked both as calendar clerk and a paralegal for various firms located in Suffolk County, Long Island. While at the University of Massachusetts, Ms. Burns was an intern at the Student Legal Services Office.
During her attendance at Touro Law Center, Ms. Burns was a legal associate with a law firm in Melville, New York where she was able to sharpen her skills in matrimonial and family law litigation, which quickly became the fields of law she is most passionate for. Additionally, Ms. Burns participated in a judicial internship program with Nassau County Supreme Court where she worked closely with Honorable Justice Vito DeStefano.
Ms. Burns was also involved with the Veterans and Service Members rights clinic at Touro Law Center. Admirably, Ms. Burns has volunteered her time providing legal assistance to victims of Hurricane Sandy on a pro bono basis with the Queens County Volunteer Lawyers Project. Danielle's experiences both personal and professional have greatly contributed to her development as a zealous, compassionate litigator and advocate for her clients, both in and out of the courtroom.