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“Anthony got me over $600,000.00 for my injury from a car accident. He never gave up and he never backed down. Thanks to him, my family and I can live comfortably. Hiring him was the best decision I ever made.”

A Personal Injury Client February 9, 2017

“Nobody knows more about D.W.I. around here than Anthony. He got me a great result and his rates were very reasonable. I hope I never need him again but I would definitely recommend him. I have my license back and am able to get to work and support my family.”

A Client who had been charged with D.W.I. March 23, 2017

“One of the things that I liked best about Juliana is she always cared about my children and always put their interests first. I never wanted to be in a divorce situation. But if you find yourself in that situation, you want someone who will fight for your kids’ rights, and make sure the kids are taken care of.”

A Divorce Client March 23, 2017

“We heard so many horror stories about the divorce process, we didn’t know where to turn. Then someone suggested we go to Juliana for Mediation. She was genuinely concerned about our children and us. She helped us mediate a solution in less than 3 months and we spent approximately $1,000.00 total on mediation fees. What we liked is that she doesn’t take a retainer up front, she charges per session, and that gave us control over how much to spend and when.”

A Family Mediation Client March 23, 2017

 

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261 North Plank Road
Newburgh, NY 12550
(845) 569-7600
By Appointment Only

Mailing Address
LoBiondo Law Offices
Five Glen Lane
Newburgh, NY 12550

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15 hours ago

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Time for a Mrs. Lo Story ⚖️ It’s the early 90’s. I was a young Legal Aid attorney in a NY metro area. I was in the middle of a jury trial. The district court judge was angry with my client. He ordered the court officers to lock the courtroom doors. The court officers looked at each other uncomfortably. “Are we allowed to do that?”It took a minute for my instincts to kick in. I was 27 years old and had only been a lawyer for 2 years. I jumped up and objected. “Your Honor, you cannot lock the doors, that’s unconstitutional. My client has a constitutional right to a fair and open public trial.” That just made the judge angrier. I continued to object. I had to. All lawyers take an oath to uphold the Constitution and this was a pretty fragrant violation. The judge was standing up, banging his gavel, and screaming at me. He was literally foaming at the mouth he was so mad. “Go ahead, counselor,” sneered the judge, “object one more time and I will hold you in contempt. Then you can sit in a jail cell downstairs with your beloved clients. Well?! What’s it going to be?!!”I remember being told at Legal Aid to always do what we had to in order to uphold our client’s rights ... even if it meant going to jail for contempt. Furthermore, I was in a union. And the rule was, if one Legal Aid attorney went to jail for contempt, every Legal Aid attorney in the greater NY area would go on strike and shut down the NYC court system. But then again, I had on my one and only good Chanel suit and I didn’t want to put it in a sketchy locker and put on an orange jumpsuit. I had to think a moment. Deep breath. And then:“Objection.”The judge was livid and flew off the bench, his robes flying behind him. He was fairly new and he went to ask a senior judge if he could hold me in contempt. The answer was No, he could not. I was doing my job and the judge was wrong. (The senior judge went on to become a Federal district court judge in the EDNY). The trial continued without further drama. I don’t remember the result because I have tried so many cases over the years. They blur together after a while. Back to Today. 27 years later I’m still trying cases, in the Family law field. I get a kick out of anyone in the profession tries to bully or intimidate me. I just laugh and laugh on the inside and say to myself, “NICE TRY, but I was a Legal Aid attorney🥱”This life is not for everybody. But as for me, I love being a lawyer and an advocate and I love putting bullies in their place. So, next case please ... ⚖️✌️ Mrs. Lo #lawyersofinstagram #BringIt ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

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“How much for an Uncontested Divorce?” ~ this is the most common question for any divorce attorney. What you need to know:⚖️🔑 Your matter is only considered an Uncontested Divorce if you walk in with a fully executed Separation Agreement, prepared by an Attorney or experienced Mediator. Which is rare but does happen. 🔑 If an attorney prepared your separation agreement many years ago, You’re probably in good shape ... we may need to update it to reflect the current laws. Then we need to prepare the Uncontested Divorce package. It’s an almost Herculean amount of paperwork, but it’s what we do, so no worries.🔑 If you had a non-attorney mediator prepare your agreement, an attorney will need to review it for accuracy. There are many good mediators out there. However, it’s a completely unregulated profession, and I’ve seen some scams from non-attorney mediators. 🔑 “My Spouse and I agree on everything so it’s uncontested.” that’s not actually how it works. Has there been full financial disclosure? No. Have the parties been informed of the child support standards act and the laws relating to spousal support? No. Has an attorney calculated those numbers for you? No. If the answer is no, then it’s best to retain an attorney to get to work on that. 🔑 I have been a lawyer for 31 years and the reality is that maybe 95% of the people who call the office to say they have an “uncontested divorce” do not have an uncontested divorce. They might have a low conflict divorce. Or an amicable divorce. Both of which are good. But are not to be confused with an uncontested divorce. 🔑 The best thing you can do is contact the law office to set up a free 20 minute phone consultation. Call 845-569-7600 or email NewburghLaw@gmail.com• DISCLAIMER: These are generalized legal tips and are not in anyway intended to constitute legal advice nor should you rely upon this post for legal advice or consider it to be advice from a lawyer. 🔑For more tips or to set up a consultation: 845-569-7600#lawyerstyle #lawyersofinstagram #lawyercouple #lawyer #Newburgh #HudsonValley #RealLawyer #30YearsPracticingLaw #TrialAttorney #DivorceAttorney #ITryCases #55andfabulous #55andfit #over50andfabulous #over50 #over50style #over50fashion ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

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BACK TO COURT! Get those pants to the dry cleaners, fellow NYS lawyers, the Zoom party is (almost) over. NYS Chief Judge Janet DiFiore’s message to the bar: “effective Monday, May 24th, all judges and court staff will be required to physically return to work in their assigned courthouses. It is time to return to our normal and full courthouse staffing levels in order to support the fuller resumption of in-person operations, including jury trials and other proceedings in our courts.The COVID vaccine is now widely available to New Yorkers over 16 years of age, the state is easing public health restrictions on indoor gatherings, and the economy is reopening in response to the continuing decline in COVID positivity rates and hospitalizations. Our plan to restore full staffing is in line with the state’s reopening efforts, and with the latest public health guidance ... With normal staffing levels, we will be able to conduct an increased number of in-court proceedings, including jury trials -- 55 of which have been scheduled for this week. Of course, our return to full staffing does not mean that we will be returning to the densely crowded courthouses of pre-COVID days. We are drafting a responsible plan that will limit the number of people physically present in our courthouses to safe and responsible levels, and we will do so by relying on the permanent integration of remote technology and virtual appearances to hear those matters not requiring the physical presence of lawyers and litigants in our buildings.And with regard to our virtual courts, I’m pleased to report that 1,440 online bench trials and hearings were commenced last week, and that our judges and staff remotely conferenced over 24,200 matters;settled or disposed of almost 6,000 of those matters; and issued 2,350 written decisions on motions and other undecided matters. We will continue to support and enhance virtual court operations.”#lawyersofinstagram #Newyorklawyer #nylawyer #nycourts #lawyersofinstagram #lawyer ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

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And just like that, it’s Monday! Here’s the weekend wrapup. @lobiondocouncilman worked at the Chelsea yacht club marina, doing the prep work to get the Sailboats in. All the boat owners have to help out. When it comes to “The Incredible” (our sailboat), Mrs. Lo is in charge of food, beverages and social planning. Therefore, my presence was not required 😅I needed some serious Rest and Recharge time, we have been going non stop, with no rest after Colorado. Some of you have been following me on Facebook for years, and you know my favorite thing to do is ... camp out by the Glen and read. I read TWO books this weekend. They were short, but it’s the measure of a great weekend for me.Super busy week coming up, so let’s get to it! #mondaymotivation #lawyerstyle #lawyersofinstagram #lawyercouple #lawyer #Newburgh #HudsonValley #RealLawyer #30YearsPracticingLaw #TrialAttorney #DivorceAttorney #ITryCases #55andfabulous #55andfit #over50andfabulous #over50 #over50style #over50fashion #over50fitness #womensupportingwomen #womenlawyers #womenleaders ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

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“This is my dance floor I fought forAin't hard that's what I'm livin' forI’m a free woman” 🎼 ~ Lady GagaHappy #FashionFriyay everyone! 🎊 Since you were all deprived of Fashion Friyay for 2 weeks while I was in Colorado, today we have a mini fashion show 🛍 of new merch from @cream_newburgh 🛍 Nude #rucheddress, Navy sateen #eveninggown, smocked flowered #daydress, and Hawaiian style #handkerchiefdress🛍#lawyerstyle #lawyersofinstagram #lawyercouple #lawyer #Newburgh #HudsonValley #RealLawyer #30YearsPracticingLaw #TrialAttorney #DivorceAttorney #ITryCases #55andfabulous #55andfit #over50andfabulous #over50 #over50style #over50fashion #over50fitness #womensupportingwomen #womenlawyers #womenleaders ... See MoreSee Less
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