Ross Abelow may be a busy family lawyer, but he’s not so busy he can’t step up and help protect the homeless animals in New York City. As a family law attorney, Ross is compassionate by nature.

Everyday he works with broken families to help them find a solution that will be beneficial to all involved. Especially the children, who are often looked at as the most vulnerable when families are going through a separation.

When it came to protected the most vulnerable animals in the city, Abelow took the same approach. He chose to show compassion by setting up a fundraiser to help out.

On January 13th, 2016 he started a GoFundMe page to help raise money for animal shelters in the New York City area. The goal is to raise $5000 to help with blankets, food, medical care and any other needs the animals may have. And though $5000 may not seem like a lot, it can go a long ways in saving the life of an animal that has been left out in the cold.

New York winters are tough. Especially on stray animals who have no place to call home. The hope is that, the shelters will be able to use the additional funds to provide shelter for more animals during the winter months.

If you are interested in donating to this cause, visit Abelow’s GoFundMe page at https://www.gofundme.com/ross-abelow-pets.

Who Is Ross Abelow?

Ross Abelow is a matrimonial and family law attorney who has been helping families in the New York area since 1990. With over 25 years of experience, Abelow knows what it takes to help families get their desired outcome.

He started his journey at the State University of New York. After graduating he continued on to the Brooklyn Law School where he received his law degree in 1989.

As partner at Abelow and Cassandro, LLP, Abelow uses his 20 plus years of experience to provide legal advice to those who need it. He also submits legal content to various blogs on the internet.

He has a strong social media presence and regularly posts content on both Facebook and Twitter.

Ross Abelow can be contacted at 140 E 45th St Fl 19th, New York, New York.