Mace H. Greenfield Named One Of Top 3 Divorce Lawyers On Long Island, NY
Mace H. Greenfield, Attorney at Law, has been named one of Long Island NY top three divorce lawyers for 2013 in the Long Island Press.
January 15, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Mace H. Greenfield, Attorney at Law, was recently honored by being named one of the three top divorce lawyers on Long Island, NY, for the year 2013, by the Long Island Press. This award was based on reader response over a two month period of time. This is the second year in a row Mr. Greenfield has been so honored.
Mace H. Greenfield is a twice divorce father who had sole custody of his daughter since 1991. She is now 24 and he is so very proud of her. His favorite line is: "Been there, done that, now please listen to me."
He has also been known by the stage name of "Mace In Your Face" since 1984, having hosted both morning radio and talk radio, as well as having made many TV and news appearances. He has been published nationally and internationally.
He formerly sat on the Boards of Directors of: Fathers Rights Association of Long Island (Executive Director); Fathers Rights Association of New York State (Corporate Secretary); Grandparents Rights Association of New York (V. P. of Public Relations); Grandparents Reaching Out (V. P. of Public Relations). He has been a member of Parents Without Partners since 1992, sat on the Board of Directors from 1993 through 1995, again in 2002 and 2003, and was Nassau chapter President in 2004, and a member of Suffolk since..
Mr. Greenfield changed careers to become an attorney after his return to New York in 1991, after his divorce in Virginia. He sought assistance of the courts, and only found it made his problems worse, not better. The Courts and other agencies treated him poorly because he was a father and they would not listen that he had (and still has) custody. Later, the Courts went after his x-wife for things she never did. When Mr. Greenfield called the courts and other agencies, and was told to just laugh at her like others would in his shoes. They also told him that he was petty when he requested the child support order be corrected to identify him as a man and his x as the woman. Mr. Greenfield, on the suggestion and urging by the Hon. Burton S. Joseph, changed his career path, retuned to college and then attended law school.