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Anthony Buono Attorney at Law2020-07-31T13:42:49-04:00

Anthony Buono: Divorce & Family Law

ANTHONY BUONO

Since 1996, Anthony Buono has built his practice by providing his clients with personalized and effective representation. Anthony Buono represents divorce and matrimonial law clients in the Capital District, the Hudson Valley and other upstate New York locations, including Columbia, Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer and Greene Counties.

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DIVORCE LAW

Anthony Buono represents clients in matters of divorce, separation agreements, pre-nuptial agreements, child custody and visitation as well as child support, property distribution and spousal maintenance. He has tried many domestic relations cases in both Family Court and Supreme Court. He is experienced in working with expert witnesses and dealing with complex evidentiary issues.

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FAMILY LAW

Anthony Buono is an experienced Family Law attorney. He represents clients in matters of child custody and visitation, as well as spousal and child support. He understands the complexity and emotional nature of domestic relations cases. These cases have involved issues such as domestic violence and other forms of abuse, orders of protection, relocation, and guardianships.

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Global satellite mapping, augmented by aerial photography and street view photography has created a virtual copy of most of our urban and suburban communities.  This has created a wealth of information and imagery that allows people to do much more than just use their smart phones to navigate or for people to look and [Read More]

October 7th, 2019|

Impact of the New Federal Tax Law on Maintenance

Changes to the Federal Tax Code have repealed the tax deduction for maintenance. Matrimonial law in New York State typically is legislated in Albany.  However, this year the biggest change in matrimonial law comes from Washington, D.C.  The 2017 “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” includes among its 186 pages a section entitled “Repeal of [Read More]

January 8th, 2019|

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