About The Law Office of Christopher A. Pogson

At The Office of Christopher A. Pogson, you will receive excellent representation, from the minute you walk in the door until the case is resolved. Admitted to practice in 1995, Mr. Pogson first worked for a mid-size Binghamton law firm where he received excellent mentoring from some of the area's finest attorneys. In 2001, Chris realized his dream of opening up his own practice. Mr. Pogson has a wealth of experience in all phases of criminal and civil litigation as well as an active appellate practice. Throughout his career, and particularly the last decade, Mr. Pogson has chosen to focus his practice on matrimonial and family law. Mr. Pogson received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics in May of 1990 from Binghamton University and his law degree in May 1994 from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law.

He is a recipient of the 2011 Law Guardian of the Year, an award given annually to the practitioner providing outstanding representation to children and currently serves as the Broome County liaison for the Attorneys for Children Program.

In addition to practicing law, Mr. Pogson teaches it in his capacity as an adjunct lecturer at Binghamton University where he has, for the last 18 years taught business law. A popular instructor, Mr. Pogson is well-regarded by his students and regularly is named to the faculty teaching Honor Roll.

Mr. Pogson has been active in the Broome County Bar Association and New York State Bar Association. Mr. Pogson is BV rated by Martindale-Hubbell, meaning that he has been evaluated by his colleagues as a distinguished lawyer with high integrity.

Our Practice Areas:

• Adoptions
• Child Custody and Visitation
• Child Support
• Divorce—uncontested and contested
• Family Law
• Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements
• Spousal Support or Maintenance
• Domestic Violence/Orders of Protection
• Paternity
• Equitable distribution--division of assets and debt
• Relocation
• Grandparent Rights
• Separation
• Same Sex Parenting Agreements