Kelly Curro

8 Airline Drive
Albany, New York 12205
United States
Office Phone: 5182189564
Member since 2011
Membership Type: IACP



Kelly M. Curro offers comprehensive Matrimonial and Family Law services to her clients. She recognizes that the very personal nature of a client’s family law matter requires personalized services.

“Divorces are not cookie cutter legal matters. Each couple’s unique financial and family circumstances need to be considered to present the client with all available options to move their matter towards a prompt resolution”.

In addition to court actions for divorce, Ms. Curro has been trained to provide clients with the option of Collaborative Divorce based solutions as an alternative to Court based resolutions of matters.

Collaborative Law is a process to resolve Matrimonial and Family Law issues where a commitment is made by the participants to use the Collaborative method rather than the Court system. Collaborative Law allows the participants to be fully involved in the process and all decision making. It allows a couple to use a team approach to reach creative and effective solutions to their matter in a respectful environment. Rather than matters being worked out in the hallways of the local Courthouse or in the Courtroom in front of a Judge, couples attend work sessions scheduled around their work commitments and schedules to provide a more private and relaxed environment to achieve the couple’s common goals.

Area(s) of Practice: Family Law
License(s): Admitted to Practice Law in the States of New York and Massachusetts since 1993

Undergraduate Education

College of St. Rose
BA History/Political Science 1990 - Magna Cum Laude
Combined Law Degree Program

Professional Education

Albany Law School of Union University
Juris Doctorate 1992 - Cum Laude


With over 25 years experience as an attorney in the practice area of Family Law, I was searching for a way to offer clients an attorney supported alternate dispute resolution option. Collaborative Divorce offers clients the ability to be a full and equal participant in their divorce with the guidance and support of attorneys, mental health professionals and financial professionals. Clients are given a way to resolve their current dispute and set the parameters for their future communications and interactions as a divorced couple.