Author Archives: Bryan Salamone

How to Prove Your Circumstances Have Changed for Child Support

If you wish to reduce the amount of money you’re paying in child support, you will be responsible for filing an official petition in court for a judge to review your case. The child support modification process can vary slightly from court to court, but you can expect that you will need to prove that… Read More »

Does Divorce Affect Your Credit?

Many people will experience a hit to their credit during or after a divorce. However, it’s not the divorce itself that affects the credit—marital status has nothing to do with how your credit report is calculated. It’s the financial repercussions of your divorce that could result in your credit taking a hit. Losing a household… Read More »

Tips to Help You Avoid a Toxic Divorce

While divorce is stressful and potentially traumatic, it does not have to be extremely contentious. With a little bit of effort from each party, the divorce process can go relatively smoothly and collaboratively, allowing you to avoid toxicity and drawn-out, personal legal battles. Here are a few tips to help you avoid toxicity during the… Read More »

How Kindness Can Help You Through a Divorce

A little bit of kindness can make a big difference in the world, and when you’re going through a divorce it can also help you refresh your mindset and stay afloat during some significant life changes. Here are just a few ways you may find kindness to be of great assistance during the divorce process:… Read More »

Bryan L. Salamone, Esq. Has Been Nominated and Accepted as 2019 AIOFLA’s 10 Best in New York For Client Satisfaction

The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys has recognized the exceptional performance of New York’s Family Law Attorney Bryan L. Salamone, Esq. as 2019 10 Best Family Law Attorney for Client Satisfaction. The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys is a third-party attorney rating organization that publishes an annual list of the Top 10 Family… Read More »

Tips for Dealing With Stress During a Divorce

Divorce can result in some significant stress and emotional trauma that affects you in your everyday life. While you are likely going to be focused on getting through every process as efficiently as possible, it’s also important you take the time to consider your own emotional health during the process and give yourself whatever support… Read More »

How Does Living With a Significant Other Affect Child Support?

All parents are required by federal law to financially support their children after divorce, whether or not they reside with their children. You might wonder what happens if, after your divorce, you get into another relationship and decide to take that relationship to the next stage by moving in together. How will this affect your… Read More »

What to Do if an Ex is Preventing You From Visiting Your Children

While there are plenty of divorced parents around the United States that manage to successfully co-parent with each other, there are also plenty of examples of parents who simply cannot get along and constantly find themselves in custody and visitation battles. If you are the visiting parent, you have a court-appointed right to see your… Read More »

When Does Child Support End in New York?

Parents have a legal responsibility to financially support their children until they at least reach the “age of majority,” the legal age at which the child is no longer considered to be a minor and is capable of making adult choices on their own behalves. The age of majority differs from state to state. In… Read More »

Who You Decide to Marry is the Most Important Business Decision of Your Life

Whether or not to marry is a huge decision. The person you choose to marry will most certainly affect your career and wealth. Maintenance (formerly alimony in New York) takes into consideration how one spouse may have affected the other spouse’s career. If one spouse withdraws from the workforce to care for young children and… Read More »