John J.  Aman, Esq.



            John J. Aman has practiced law in Erie County, New York since 1978.  His practice has generally been limited to the family law field.  Early in his career he worked in various private firms and from 1988 to 1992 he was a staff attorney at Neighborhood Legal Services, where he worked exclusively on family law issues. 


            Mr. Aman was appointed  a Family Court Support Magistrate in 1993 and now holds the position of Deputy Chief Family Court Magistrate, spending one half of his time handling a support calendar in Erie County, and the other half addressing administration, policy and educational issues of New York’s Support Magistrates. 


            Mr. Aman is very active in the Erie County Bar Association, and is past chair of the Practice and Procedure in Family Court Committee, and a member of the Nominating Committee presently. Mr. Aman is also past President of the New York State Family Court Support Magistrates’ Association, past President of the Erie County Bar Foundation, a member of the Board of Directors of the Erie County Aid to Indigent Prisoners Society, Inc., and Vice-President of the St. Thomas More Guild. He has been a foster parent for the Department of Social Services and is active in various community activities.


            Mr. Aman has made numerous presentations at the local and State bar association level and has published various articles, including an article on the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act in the New York State Bar Association Journal.



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