Category Archives: Bryan L. Salamone & Associates

Why You Need to Prepare Before Filing for Divorce

Even though you may have set your mind unchangeably on divorcing your spouse, rushing to file papers could hurt you in the long run. If you try to speed through the process to just get it over with, you may find yourself with poor outcomes that affect your life and the lives of your children… Read More »

Special Considerations for Divorce During the Pandemic

Forced closer together by lockdowns, travel restrictions, work-from-home orders and school closures during the pandemic, many married couples have seen their relationships strained to the point of breaking. This has led to a surge of divorces in New York and across the nation. But with the backlog of cases caused by COVID-related court closures, estranged… Read More »

What Does the Pandemic Mean for Couples? Fewer Marriages, More Divorces

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced married and unmarried couples alike to reexamine their relationships, spurring an increase in divorces and a drastic falloff in weddings. Unmarried couples seem to be questioning the wisdom or desirability of tying the knot. Marriage rates in the United States, which had been on the decline since the 1980s, plunged… Read More »

Will the Pandemic Result in More Amicable Divorces?

Everyone knows at least one divorce horror story. It may involve a spouse who hid or stole marital assets or who quit a job to avoid paying alimony. Too often, divorcing couples seem to write off the love and respect they once held for each other and behave as if they are complete strangers or… Read More »

Virtual Litigation in Divorces and Family Court

Divorce and Family Court are very personal. Family Court involves, most often, child support and/or custody. During the pandemic, court functions were mostly suspended and appearances in court for non-criminal matters were canceled or did not occur for months. The court system has started to use Microsoft Teams. This is done through IOS, usually an… Read More »

No Shave November

In November, there is a movement whereby men put down their razors and grow facial hair in order to bring awareness to men’s health issues. I have seen too many people without hair as a result of cancer treatment. I have seen this in my family and friends. I am growing hair in support of… 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 »

New York’s New Sexual Harassment Training Requirement: A Prospective From New York’s Top Divorce Lawyer

In 2017 sexual harassment by powerful men was in the center of the news. In fact, the “#MeToo” movement came along. Conventional wisdom thought that bringing the issue of sexual harassment to light; educating and punishing would have a deterrent effect on those who were actually engaging in the harassment. What followed was an interesting… Read More »

A U.S. Divorce Is Possible for Spouses in Unregistered Indian Marriages

When spouses who were married in India seek a divorce in the United States, they may be worried that their lack of a formal marriage record will be an impediment. While India has a Registrar of Marriages and now requires registration, couples wed in religious ceremonies are considered legally married even if the union was… Read More »

In Some Nations, Men and Women Don’t Have Equal Divorce Rights

People come from around the world take advantage of what the New York metropolitan area has to offer. Newcomers add to the richness of life in Long Island and elsewhere by bringing their culture and traditions. However, immigrants might not understand that in the United States, laws apply equally to everyone regardless of faith or… Read More »