Collaborative Divorce
Child Support &
Traditional Divorce
Family Law

Diana K. Bangert-Drowns
An Albany, New York Attorney with More than 30 Years of Experience

photoRepresenting clients’ interests in divorce, custody and support

For more than 30 years I have helped families and individuals address their legal concerns. My name is Diana K. Bangert-Drowns and I aim to provide cost-efficient, effective and timely legal guidance and representation for my clients. Whether they seek a divorce, custody, an order of protection, or resolution of a family dispute, my extensive knowledge and breadth of experience will ensure that a client’s interests will be addressed with the care and attention they deserve.

My diligence and commitment to my practice has earned me a BV® Distinguished Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® listing for my professionalism and ethics.

I handle all aspects of cases related to:

  • Matrimonal law
  • Family law
  • Custody
  • Child support
  • Spousal Support


An Albany, New York attorney delivering compassionate support

My capable staff and I are sensitive to your needs for confidential and individual attention. You and your family’s future is important to us, just as it is to you. As a solo practitioner, I spend time getting to know my clients, their needs, their priorities and their legal concerns.

I believe that how I handle my cases is important to my clients. I am ready and able to help you resolve your legal issues through a variety of options – out-of-court settlement, mediation, collaborative practice, or traditional court proceedings – depending on your needs. I am prepared to assertively defend your interests in a traditional court setting whenever necessary.

Contact a reliable and knowledgeable Albany, New York law firm

Call Diana K. Bangert-Drowns at 518-432-1243 for your free 15-minute initial consultation or contact us online.


Data shows that approximately one-half of first marriages end in divorce. The statistics are even more daunting for second and third marriages, with up to three quarters of those marriages failing. Though many divorces are bitter and destructive, it is possible to end a marriage with dignity, and where there are children, to restructure the family in a way that is best for everyone.