Sally Smith

Collaborative Law Association of the Rochester Area

Tobey Village Office Park
Pittsford, New York 14534
United States
Office Phone: 585-387-0531
Member since 2005
Membership Type: IACP



Sally Smith has been practicing law for 34 years. She has handled all aspects of familly and matrimonial law, including separation, divorce, custody and visitation, support, maintenance, equitable distribution of property, business interests, retirement plans, licenses and degrees, and pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements. She has practiced collaborative law since 2003. Ms. Smith has also handled significant commercial and business litigation, and sees the collaborative approach as the approach of choice for many civil disputes.

Area(s) of Practice: Business Law,Civil Law,Collaborative Law,Family Law
License(s): Admitted to New York State Bar 1977 ~Admitted to US District Court Western District of New York ~Admitted to New Jersey Bar

Professional Activities

Association of Collaborative Family Law Attorneys ~International Association of Collaborative Professionals ~New York State Bar Association, former member of Executive Committee, Family Law Section; former co-chair of the Family Court Committee for New York State ~Monroe County Bar Association ~She has served on the Professional Performance Committee, the Judiciary Committee, the Fee Arbitration Committee, and the Courts Committee of the Monroe County Bar Association ~She has lectured on family law for various bar associations, colleges and community organizations

Undergraduate Education

State University of New York at Albany, 1973, magna cum laude

Professional Education

Albany Law School of Union University, 1976


After many years of practicing law, I truly believe that collaborative law provides the best means of conflict resolution available. It has completely changed my approach to clients, to the practice of law, and to my collaborative colleagues. Collaborative law offers the best opportunity for attorneys to help clients resolve their difficulties in a calm, thoughtful and sane manner and to regain control of their lives.