Before joining the Firm, Ms. Trovini served as a Court Attorney – Referee in New York State Supreme Court, Westchester County where she was assigned to matrimonial and family law cases. In that capacity, Ms. Trovini addressed and resolved disputes pertaining to all facets of matrimonial and family law, from complaint to trial, as well as post-judgment matters. Ms. Trovini was also designated a Special Referee. In that role, she presided over multiple trials and issued decisions and orders resolving complex and contentious financial and custody matters, several of which were affirmed on appeal by the Appellate Division, Second Department. Of particular note, in 2018, Ms. Trovini issued a decision and order pertaining to a heavily litigated matrimonial matter, which was published on the front page of the New York Law Journal. Ms. Trovini also ably assisted countless parties and counsel with the voluntary global resolution of their cases.
Prior to her career in the courts, Ms. Trovini was in private practice, first at Camhy Karlinsky & Stein, LLP, a Manhattan boutique law firm; and then with Plunkett & Jaffe, P.C., in White Plains, where she handled both civil and commercial litigation cases, including trials and appeals, in Federal and State Courts.
Ms. Trovini received her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law (1995), and her B.A. from Fordham College (1992). For 2013 and 2014, she served as the first woman President of the Westchester Columbian Lawyers Association in the organization’s 25-year history. In 2013, she received the Joseph F. Gagliardi Award for Excellence, which is presented yearly by the Westchester County Bar Institute in recognition of distinguished service and dedication to the administration of justice in the Unified Court System for the 9th Judicial District. She routinely volunteers her time as a mentor to Court interns, and as a Mock Trial coach and judge for high school competitions. Ms. Trovini lives in Westchester County with her two teenage children.