Netizens are curious and searching to know more about the death of Catherine Kassenoff, a former federal prosecutor and attorney.
Catherine Kassenoff was a former federal prosecutor and attorney in a four-year divorce and custody dispute with Allan Kassenoff, an attorney with Greenberg Traurig.
Allan and Catherine got married in November 2006 and had three beautiful girls.
In February 2016, Allan the estranged husband of Catherine allegedly assaulted her in their home, for which she was treated at a nearby hospital. The couple continued to live together, though Allan declared an “open marriage.”
In 2016, Allan by stealth, secured Catherine’s Apple ID and password and secretly “synced” her iPhone with his laptop.
He secretly accessed Catherine’s email and text messages for years, leading to his filing for divorce in 2019.
Allan read communications from Catherine’s family members, friends, and others. He even got her texts and emails from her attorney, Cynthia Monaco.
Allan filed for divorce in Family Court in Westchester County, New York and accused his wife of “manipulating” their daughters to make up abuse that never happened. Allan then brought an ex-parte to kick Catherine out of their house and grant him temporary custody of the children.
The death of Catherine Kassanoff
After the news of Catherine’s death, friends, loveds and fans have dragged the estranged husband Allen for contributing to her death.
According to reports, circumstances surrounding her decision to commit suicide is as a result of the struggles faced by parents involved in custody battles, especially when coupled with personal health challenges.
She felt that the court had treated her unfairly, with allegations of biased rulings and conflicts of interest among the experts involved in her case.
Catherine Kassenoff’s obituary
Friends and acquaintances have shared their memories of Kassenoff and the challenges she faced during her custody battle.
Her obituary details a life marked by determination, resilience, and an unwavering commitment to fighting for the well-being of children and parents embroiled in similar legal battles.