All posts by Capasso & Associates LLC

Big Brother in the USA…

Dear Mr. Capasso,  I just found out today that my husband’s girlfriend had his baby.  I’m glad that I listened to your advice and did not renegotiate the deal that was most favorable to me.  I’m very appreciated all that...

/ August 14, 2013

WORKING HARD FOR YOU…

Dear Mr. Capasso,  I am very appreciated for all your hard work for me.  I feel like I have my big brother to help me in this country.  I did not realize about all my settlement that I have.  I...

/ May 31, 2013

A TRUE ASSET…

Dear Lynn, I would like to thank you for all your attention and hard work with my case.  You are a true asset to your profession!  You and your staff are an amazing group of people and I am so...

/ May 20, 2013

Coming to your aid…

I thank you and your staff for all they did to help me.  I need to give you a special thanks for your coming to my aid in paying off my account.  It really felt good to know there are...

/ April 18, 2013

Residency Requirements

Is there a residency requirement before a Court in the State of New York will exercise jurisdiction over your cause of action for divorce? Generally, yes. If you are seeking to file a claim against another person (or business entity,...

/ April 18, 2013

Compassionate and Generous…

Attorney Capasso, I just want to “thank you” for everything you have done for me.  You stood by me, listened to me, and gave me the courage I needed as well as Tim, Lynn and Kim.  You have some pretty...

/ April 9, 2013

Paternity Establishment

Paternity establishment refers to the process of determining the legal father of a child. When a child is born to unmarried parents, the child has no legal father. In New York, unmarried parents can establish paternity in two ways: by...

/ April 2, 2013

Question: How is Child Support Calculated?

Child support is the most litigious aspect of a divorce case. Most issues that come up during the divorce process are resolved once and for all by the final decree of divorce but child support and issues surrounding it may...

/ November 2, 2012

New York State Divorce Laws

LEGAL GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE (As found on About.com on 11/2/12): No-fault Grounds: As of October 12, 2010 New York is now a “no-fault” divorce law state. Meaning you can get a “no-fault” divorce if, according to either party, the marriage has “broken...

/ November 2, 2012

Facebook and Divorce

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg changed his status to ‘married’ recently, but his social-networking website is causing a third of all divorces, a new UK survey has claimed. According to a the survey, feuding couples are increasingly complaining about their spouse’s...

/ November 2, 2012