Women and men in America are entitled to equal treatment. That’s not an opinion, it’s the law. Law Offices of Gina Mendola Longarzo, L.L.C. fights to stamp out gender discrimination. Whether you’re a woman who’s been denied a mortgage for a new home, or a divorced father who’s gotten the short end of a child custody decree, if you believe your gender was weighed as a factor against you, we’re here to help. We handle sex discrimination cases in a myriad of areas, including:
The law guarantees male and female students equal opportunities in academics and extra-curricular activities, including sports, at most institutions that receive federal funding. While Title IX has leveled the playing field in women’s college sports, discrimination still affects many aspects of the educational system, including:
While much progress has been made in establishing equality in the workplace, sex discrimination still occurs in many areas and in many ways. We represent clients who’ve suffered discrimination over issues such as:
Housing discrimination based on sex is illegal under federal law. If you believe you’ve been denied a rental property or a mortgage to buy a home, simply because of your gender, we can help you file a fair housing complaint with the federal government and see it through to successful conclusion.
Divorced fathers often complain of prejudice in favor of mothers in family court. There are judges who see mothers as nurturers and fathers as providers, and rule that she should raise the children while he writes the checks. If you’re a father whose custodial rights have been unfairly limited simply because you’re the male parent, Law Offices of Gina Mendola Longarzo, L.L.C. can help with custody modification that puts you on an equal footing.
To schedule a consultation to discuss your discrimination claim with Law Offices of Gina Mendola Longarzo, L.L.C., call our Chatham, New Jersey office at 973 635 2901 or contact us online.
The Law Offices of Gina Mendola Longarzo were featured as the “Law Firm of the Month” in the July 2013 edition of Attorney At Law Magazine.