My name is Brandon Granados, Esq. and I was born and raised in Westchester County, NY. I am the first college and law school graduate in my family. I grew up in a bilingual household, raised by Latino parents who always taught me the value of family, honesty, and cultural pride. I am fluent in Spanish and am here to serve your legal needs.
I received my B.A. from the University of Delaware in 2012 where I was an active member in the student body as a competitor in the Mock Trial competitions, a member of Latin American student groups, and President of a martial arts club.
After graduating from the University of Delaware, I received my Juris Doctorate from St. John’s University School of Law where I was awarded the Pro Bono Award and the Salvador Cheda Scholarship for Outstanding Community Service for my work as the Street Law en Español Coordinator where I would work with judges and attorneys to organize and execute “Know Your Rights” presentations to the Latin American community throughout New York City.
I continued my passion for litigation by serving as an executive member of the Polestino Trial Advocacy Institute and competing with a trial team. My team placed 1st in an American Bar Association Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy Competition. I also had the privilege of coaching teams of law students in their own trial advocacy competitions to victory.
I first became involved with Family and Matrimonial law during law school when i held a judicial internship under a judge in Nassau County Family Court. This exposure to the family and matrimonial law field ignited my passion for the part of our legal system that directly affects peoples lives. I learned first hand how crucial a strong and capable attorney is to families and their intimate legal needs.
I am admitted to practice law in the state of New York and since I received my Juris Doctorate, I have primarily worked in the field of Matrimonial Law. Under the strict tutelage of my partner, Richard Beckerman, Esq., I have worked divorces ranging from simple no asset uncontested divorces to complex financial litigation divorces. I was taught in a firm that processed over 500 divorces a year, providing an invaluable source of experience and knowledge.