David Browde is a solo practitioner, who in 2004 moved his law office from lower Manhattan to Westchester County. Attorney Browde focuses on solving problems for clients. "I try to bring a practical approach to the issues facing clients." he says, "Particularly in divorce cases, emotions run high. Dealing with the emotions is important, but its every bit as important to remember the goal: getting through the divorce process with your dignity and your finances intact.
If there are children involved, one has to be even more sensitive to the problems, and the creative solutions that are critical to helping a client through this very difficult time in their lives." Attorney Browde has written on a variety of legal topics, including First Amendment issues, authoring "Warning: Wearing Eyeglasses May Subject You to Additional Liability and other Foibles of Post-Diana Newsgathering - An Analysis of Californias Civil Code Section 1708.8" 10 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 697 (2000). He has also written on a variety of topics for American Lawyer Medias publications. David is a graduate of Fordham University Law School, where he also served as Writing and Research editor of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal. David holds an undergraduate degree from Cornell University (B.A., Government & Philosophy - 1972).