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Mildred J. Michalczyk, Esq. Attorney at Law 16 Walnut Ave. E Farmingdale, New York 11735 Phone: 631-752-2996 Fax: 631-420-9604

Practice Areas

Estate Planning, Wills, Custody, Visitation, Divorce, Appeals, Family Law, Products Liability, Personal Injury, Criminal Law (DUI, DWI, Criminal Contempt), Contract Disputes, Immigration.

General Info

Ms. Michalczyk was admitted to practice law in New York State in 1984. She graduated from Hofstra Law School in 1983 after receiving a Bachelor of Arts from New York University in 1980.  She is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Women's Bar Association, and the Suffolk County Bar Association.  She was also a member of the American Bar Association. She was formerly a volunteer as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for foster care children reporting to the Court about the conditions of children living in foster care. She  is active in her community, her childrens' school, and in her religious community.  She is also admitted to practice law in Federal Court in the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York. Ms. Michalczyk has been in business since 1984, serving a wide variety of clients.  She practices in the areas of Immigration, Family Law, Divorce Law, Matrimonial Law, Trusts and Estates, Personal Injury and General Practice.  She practices in the Counties of Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, New York, Kings and Westchester.  She also handles all phases of Appellate work. She handles novel and difficult areas of practice with multiple approaches to litigation or to a business or legal problem.


The mission of this firm is to seek to achieve justice and advocate the client's stance. We aim to advocate the client's desires, and promote his or her best interest.

Published Appeals

White v. Mazzella White, 60 AD3d 1047 (Appellate Division Second Department [2009]), wherein the Supreme Court erred in determining that the Trustee in bankruptcy had the power to enter into a stipulation determining defendant's equitable interest in the marital residence, in precluding the defendant from being heard on the question of the distribution of that asset, and in entering judgment in accordance with that stipulation. Read full decision: White v. Mazzella White
Blackman v. Blackman, 131 Ad2d 801, 517 NYS 2d 167 (Appellate Division Second Department [1987]), affirmed in part, reversed in part, directing the father to pay health insurance and medical costs for the infant child, and reversing the vacatur of the income execution.
Gross, et al.  v. Levine, et al., __ AD2d__, __ NYS2d __ (Appellate Division Second Department [1989]), lv. denied 74 NY2d 610, 545 NE 2d 868, 546 NYS 2d 554 (1989), rearg denied, 74 NY2d 945,549 NE2d 481, 550 NYS 2d 279 (1989). Levine, et al. v. Gross, et al., 177 AD 2d 290, 575 NYS 2d 864 (Appellate Division First Department [1991]), where the Court affirmed an order that granted the law firm's motion for summary judgment that dismissed the beneficiaries' negligence and legal malpractice complaint against the law firm and that denied the beneficiaries' for summary judgment.

Will:    A document by which a person (the testator) regulates the rights of other over his or her property or family after death.

Trust: Property held by one for the benefit of another. 
Revocable Trust - A trust instrument that can be changed during the Settler’s lifetime (person creating the Trust). 
Irrevocable Trust- A trust instrument that cannot be changed during the Settler’s lifetime (person creating the Trust.) 
Health Care Proxy- A document appoints an individual (a proxy) to direct health care decisions should be principal be unable to do so.
Power of Attorney- A document in which a person designates another to handle affairs for him or her during certain times during his life. 
Living Will-A document with specific directives as to the course of treatment that is to be taken by caregivers, or, in particular, in come case forbidding treatment and sometimes nutrition and hydration should the principal be unable to give informed consent due to incapacity.