Morghan Richardson

  • Adjunct Professor


BA, Florida Atlantic University
JD, Tulane University School of Law

Morghan Leia Richardson is a divorce attorney, consultant and mediator in New York City. She is a partner at the law firm of Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP.

Experienced in litigation and family law issues that accompany Divorce, Morghan is a resource on issues like Custody, Child Support, Father's Rights and Marital Property issues, including asset discovery and protection. She has fought complex divorce cases with clients that include a Nobel-Prize winning economist, a prominent music magazine editor, and one of the spouses on the hit television show the Real Housewives of New York. She was named a Super Lawyer in 2020 onwards, and as a New York Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2013 onwards (Top lawyers under 40), and participates on the executive committee for the New York State Bar Association's Section for Women in the Law. Morghan also serves as a mediator for the matrimonial panels in the Supreme Courts for the counties of New York, Kings and Nassau. 

Before working in family law, Morghan worked at Chadbourne & Park LLP in Manhattan, and Hollingsworth LLP in Washington, D.C., handling corporate litigation and toxic torts in state and federal courts. In 2007, she was presented with the president's citation award from the Maryland Bar Foundation for her pro bono work.

During law school, Morghan worked as an extern for Federal Magistrate Judge Louis Moore in the United States Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, and served as a Managing Editor for the Tulane Maritime Law Journal. Prior to law school, she worked as a news reporter in Texas and Florida, and was the recipient of a journalism award from the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors for investigative journalism. 

Morghan is often interviewed by the media. You can find her writing featured on in the media, and frequently on the Huffington Post (Divorce Section) and The Good Men Project.
​She keeps her own blog at The Divorce Artist.