About Steven A. Paquette

Steven is an experienced litigator who brings over 33 years of Paquette Cropped Environmentalpractical experience to seek fair and reasoned solutions to client problems. His current practice involves successfully navigating sophisticated divorce and family law matters to a successful conclusion using both collaborative law and traditional litigation methods to successfully resolve client problems. Steven works with a team of equally seasoned professionals at the Firm to resolve both sophisticated and routine matters economically, expeditiously and fairly, and is skilled at creative problem solving.

Steven worked for 20 years as a partner in a general practice law firm, before joining Bousquet Holstein PLLC in 2001.  His broad range of experiences as a general practitioner make him the perfect point person to work with busy executives in maximizing the quality of their experience with Bousquet Holstein PLLC and assembling precisely the right team to tackle any problem or complete any task.

Steven is a seasoned litigator who was recently admitted as a fellow to the prestigious   American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and is designated as a “Super Lawyer” by his peers, among other accolades.  He also has substantial experience in government affairs having worked in both the public and private sector to assist his clients in achieving their objectives.  He has served the public as a New York State Tax Attorney, as a counsel to the Speaker of the New York State Assembly and as a Special Prosecutor. He currently serves on several Boards of Directors, including service as President-elect of the CNY Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, President-elect of CNY Collaborative Professionals, Inc. and as International Treasurer for Delta Tau Delta Fraternity.

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