Morgan Fraser Mouchette

Biography

Morgan Fraser Mouchette concentrates her practice on matrimonial matters, and has experience representing clients in all aspects of family law, such as:

  • divorce
  • child custody
  • property distribution
  • spousal support
  • prenuptial agreements
  • postnuptial agreements
  • cohabitation agreements
  • international child abduction

Morgan listens to the needs and circumstances of each family and provides tailored support for each unique situation. She has settled complicated custody and high-net-worth financial matters, and also has experience litigating matters in New York Family and Supreme Courts, as well as international child abduction matters in New York Federal Courts.

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    Recognitions

    • 2014 and 2017, New York “Rising Star” in Family Law, listed in Super Lawyers
    • 2015, “Rising Star” Award, by the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York

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      Affiliations

      Memberships

      • American Bar Association
      • New Jersey State Bar Association
      • New York State Bar Association
      • New York Women's Bar Association
      Professional Activities

      Morgan serves as a member of the board of directors of the New York Women’s Bar Association (“NYWBA”) and as co-chair of NYWBA's Diversity Committee, which serves to encourage success and mentorship of attorneys of color and foster increased diversity in the legal field.

      In 2015, Morgan was named a Blank Rome fellow to the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, a landmark program created to identify, train, and advance the next generation of leaders in the legal profession. That same year, she also received Blank Rome’s Edwin P. Rome Pro Bono Award for her successful work representing an Iraq war veteran in connection with a difficult custody matter.

      Credentials

      Admissions

      • New Jersey
      • New York
      • U.S. District Court - Southern District of New York

      Education

      • Fordham University School of Law, JD
      • University of Miami, BA, cum laude