DWAYNE S. WAGNER, ESQ., FOUNDER
dwagner@hamptons-law.com
Mr. Wagner has represented individuals and business owners of Long Island for the past 16 years. Beginning his career at a 70 attorney corporate law firm, Dwayne was later named General Counsel to a manufacturing firm based in Islandia, New York. In 2002, Mr. Wagner founded his own law firm. In 2007, he moved his law offices to 135 Main Street, Westhampton Beach, New York. Dwayne has represented individuals and business owners located on Long Island for the past 16 years with the hallmark of his practice being the personal relationship of trust and confidence he maintains with all of his clients.

Dwayne is engaged in the following areas of practice: Family Law including:
Divorce Mediation; Commercial Litigation, Real Estate Transactions and Litigation; Corporate Law; Estate Planning and Administration; and Vehicle and Traffic Law.

Dwayne founded Long Island Divorce Mediation Center, Inc., with the mission of assisting couples in resolving marital issues privately and cost effectively in an environment that facilitates mutual respect and cooperation.

In addition to his law practice, Dwayne is an real estate developer who renovated the property his offices are located in at 135 Main Street Westhampton Beach New York. He has drafted real estate syndication and joint venture agreements for other real estate investors participating in the Long Island real estate market.

Dwayne is very active in the East Endís not for profit community. He is currently the Chair of the Board of Peconic Community Counsel d/b/a Maureenís Haven which provides homeless shelter utilizing a network of more than fifteen houses of worship on the East End of Long Island. He is a former officer of the Board of Directors of the East Quogue Chamber of Commerce. For the past two years Mr. Wagner has served on the Board of Directors of the Westhampton Beach Chamber of Commerce and is currently its President. Dwayne lives in East Quogue and is a proud father of 2 beautiful & outstanding daughters.

Bar Admissions: New York State (1995); United States Supreme Court (2011); United States District Court (E.D.N.Y. 1995); United States District Court (S.D.N.Y. 1995).

Professional Associations: Suffolk County Bar Association; New York State Bar Association; New York State Council on Divorce Mediation.

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