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A Look at Some of the Most Unusual Divorce Laws Nationwide

As you may know, divorce law can vary from state to state. While the general processes mostly remain the same, some of the intricacies can differ depending on where you live. There are some states that have some particularly unusual or surprising divorce laws. Here are just a few examples: Alabama: In Alabama, a divorced… Read More »

Bryan L. Salamone & Associates Named a Top 10 New York Family Law Firm

Bryan L. Salamone & Associates P.C. has been selected by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys (AIOFLA) as one of the 10 Best Family Law Firms for Client Satisfaction in New York State for 2018–2019. Selection for this honor is limited to firms that have achieved unparalleled success in legal practice while placing paramount… Read More »

Not All Superheroes Wear Capes

On Sunday, January 27, 2019, the view from St. Mary’s Hospital for Children, in Bayside, N.Y. was literally spectacular. The young patients looked outside to see a convoy of superheroes and brightly colored Lamborghinis and Ferraris. What followed was surely a day to remember for the kids with medically complex conditions that the facility treats…. Read More »

Filing for Divorce When Living Abroad

The divorce process can be somewhat complicated if one of the spouses lives overseas. If you are currently living abroad, here’s what you need to know about the process of filing for divorce. Know your local laws Depending on where you live, you may need to abide by the laws in your local area to… Read More »

How Does Remarriage Affect Child Support in New York?

If you pay child support in New York, you might wonder how a remarriage will affect your child support responsibilities. You should know there is a chance that remarriage could lead to the modification of a child support award. However, such a modification will not be automatically triggered by remarriage. A new spouse does not… Read More »

What to Do When You Receive Your Divorce Decree

Once you receive your divorce decree, your divorce has been officially finalized and it’s time for you to move to the next stage in your life. Make sure you read your divorce decree thoroughly as soon as you get it. This document contains all the information you need to know, including your obligations after the… Read More »

Tips for Working Seamlessly with Your Divorce Attorney

Your divorce attorney is perhaps the most valuable resource available to you during the divorce process. To that end, it’s important for the two of you to develop a good working relationship so that you can collaborate toward your goals. What steps can you take to make matters easier on your attorney and set you… Read More »

Which Occupations Have the Highest, Lowest Divorce Rates?

There’s a variety of factors that can make a divorce more likely for a couple, including social, economic and demographic factors. It therefore may come as no surprise that there are some occupations that tend to have higher divorce rates than others. The U.S. Census Bureau has data associated with divorce rates for those working… Read More »

Filing for Divorce When Your Spouse Lives Elsewhere

If your spouse lives in another state when you file for divorce, this can add certain complications to the process. The most pressing challenges you are likely to face include persuading the court to take on your case and convincing your state to legally recognize your divorce. You do not necessarily have to file for… Read More »

Don’t Try This at Home: No-Fault Doesn’t Mean No-Lawyer

No-fault divorce finally took effect for New Yorkers in October of 2010. Some thought it would lessen the need for family law attorneys to represent the divorcing parties. However, as a Long Island divorce lawyer, I can attest that the need for professional representation remains as great as ever. Just because you don’t have to… Read More »