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Divorcing Later in Life

Divorcing after many years of marriage is a growing trend with some statistics indicating that the rate of divorce for people over the age of 50 has doubled since 1990. There is even a name for this new trend: gray divorce. Divorcing later in life can bring a complicated set of circumstances into the process…. Read More »

How Long Must I Pay Child Support?

In New York State, generally, a child must be supported until the age of 21. However, there are a number of exceptions to this rule. When a child has not reached 21, but is supporting himself or herself, or is in the military or has married, the obligation to pay child support ends. Another situation… Read More »

Financial Affidavits in a New York Divorce

One of the many trying aspects of getting a divorce involves revelation of all the finances of both spouses. A financial affidavit is a formal document that lists what you owe, what you earn at your job and from other sources and what your expenses are. It provides a complete financial picture for your attorney… Read More »

Some Requirements for Obtaining a Divorce in New York

One of the reasons people stay together long after they should is fear of the divorce process. Do not let your fear of the unknown legalities of divorce prevent you from moving forward with your life in a more positive manner. Being trapped in an empty marriage is no way to live. The process of… Read More »

Temporary Maintenance During Your Divorce

While you are going through a divorce in New York, temporary maintenance may be awarded to ensure that a lower earning spouse has an adequate standard of living during the time it takes to finalize the dissolution of the marriage. Temporary maintenance is the term used in New York law but many people may be… Read More »

Tips on Navigating Gray Divorce

Our law firm represents people going through divorce on their way to a new future. Some have been married four years or less, and some forty years or more. In the United States, while the average divorce rate is leveling off, the divorce rate for couples over 50 doubled between 1990 and 2009. Consider these… Read More »

Getting To Yes: Equitable Property Division

Property division is central to all divorce cases. Whether you have a high-asset estate, or a house, some savings and a pension, the same rules apply. At Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, P.C., we know the law, and we help you understand the law when it comes to dividing your property. Here are some points… Read More »

It Is 10:00 p.m. — Do You Know Where Your Spouse Is?

Your spouse leaves the room each time the cell phone rings, and it rings a lot more lately. She works late a couple of times a week. Or, he takes care of the bills now, when you used to do them together. Another business trip? Although New York now has no-fault divorce, fault such as… Read More »

Putting Together a Relocation Plan

If you have joint or even sole custody of a child, you may not realize that moving is tougher than you thought. Even if you have a strong custody agreement with no radius clause, you may face issues when trying to relocate. Bryan L. Salamone has handled numerous high-profile relocation cases. In fact, our attorneys… Read More »