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Katina Cokinos, Esq.

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Katina Cokinos, Esq. is an associate at Dimascio & Associates and practices exclusively in matrimonial and family law.  Ms. Cokinos handles divorce matters involving the issues of spousal maintenance, child support, equitable distribution, child custody, visitation, and contempt.  She also regularly represents clients in Family Court proceedings that involve child support, custody, paternity, and orders of protection.  Ms. Cokinos routinely appears in the Supreme and Family Courts of Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens counties.

Ms. Cokinos earned her undergraduate degree from Quinnipiac University (cum laude) and her Juris Doctor degree from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. After graduating from law school, Ms. Cokinos completed a three-year clerkship with the Matrimonial Part of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Nassau County, assisting in every aspect of the complex matrimonial cases heard before the Court.  Ms. Cokinos has lectured the matrimonial bar as a member of the panel of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Matrimonial Law Committee regarding Courtroom Procedure.  

Prior to joining Dimascio & Associates, Ms. Cokinos practiced matrimonial and family law for over five years on Long Island and within the boroughs of New York City.  Ms. Cokinos was selected for inclusion in the 2021 edition of the New York Super Lawyers as a Rising Star.

Ms. Cokinos takes pride in providing the best representation possible and guiding each client through the complex and stressful process of divorce and family litigation in and out of the courtroom.