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Serving Nassau County

Jason M. Barbara

Jason M. Barbara has been licensed to practice law in New York for almost 2 decades and is admitted in the United States District Courts for the Eastern & Southern District of New York. In addition to his considerable talents in the courtroom, he possesses skills in negotiation and demonstrates his problem-solving skills, which allows him to analyze issues to create solutions where others have failed.

Over the years, he 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.


  • The American Bar Association
  • The New York State Bar
  • The Nassau County Bar Association

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Mindy Betita

Jewel Lofaso

Lorraine Falkowitz

Stephanie Alberto

Stephanie Jones

Serving All of New York

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Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C.
Located at: 3 Dakota Dr,
Suite 300,
New Hyde Park, NY 11042

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Phone: (516) 406-8381
Local Phone: (516) 775-5557
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