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Although our focus is to guide our clients to the least expensive, least emotionally draining and most expeditious outcome in Family Law and divorce matters, we also provide the client with the highest level of expertise in the litigation of unresolvable marital issues.

Here are some questions to ask yourself about your situation. We might have your answers.

Do You Need an Attorney?

Is your or your children's physical or emotional well being in jeopardy as a result of your spouse's misconduct?


Do you feel as though you are in the "dark" when it comes to what you and your spouse own, owe or earn?


Are you unsure of your ability to effectively negotiate a resolution of your marital difficulties with your spouse due to the possibility of intimidation or manipulation?


Are any of the following issues in dispute or unresolved

  1. Custody of the children

  2. Exclusice occupancy of the marital premises.

  3. Support during negotiations

  4. Equitable Distribution of your marital property

If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, we suggest that you schedule an appointment for a free consultation to discuss your case. Please call us or contact us via email.


Our extensive experience has taught us many valuable lessons about litigating madical malpractice cases, which include finding the best medical expert to help prove that a physician departed from good, acceptable, and proper medical procedures in treatinf our client and how that departure caused the client to endure harmful medical consequences.


In prosecuting plaintiff personal injury litigation, we have established a formidable track record of excellence in maximizing the value of our client injuries.

Things to know, to do, and not to do:


Do not tell the potentially negligent health care provider that you are dissatisified and intend to pursue your legal remedies until you have secured the opinion of an experienced medical malpractice attorney.


Provide the medical opinion from any other physical specializing in the same area of medicine as the physician who was allegedly guilty of malpractice, who exprressed an opinion that attributed blame to your treating healthcare provider.


Obtain all relevant medical records prior to scheduling an appointment 


If injured in an accident, never speak to the other parties' insurance company representative until you have spoken to an experienced personal injury attorney. Be wary of "hospital advisers" who tout the skills of an attorney who "allegedly" gets remarkable results for someone they know. That "advisor" is likely no more than a plant used by a desperate lawyer seeking business.


If you are injured in an automobile accident or as a result of a slip and fall or a trip and fall and either fractured a bone or impaired a body function or organ, you should necessarily call for an appointment.


If you are involved in an automobile accident where there is property damage and/or personal injuries, contact your insurance company immediately.


If injured in an accident, photograph the defect or car damage as soon as practicable.


Whether or not you are partly responsible for an accident does not necessarily prevent recovery.


Peter Galasso can make a strong argument for the proposition that he has more experience in formulating and presenting imaginative and compelling business valuation theories and opinions than virtually any other divorce attorney practicing on Long Island.     


In addition to graduating Magna Cum Laude from the SUNY at Albany Business School, accumulating over 30 credits in accounting and personal and corporate tax law, and establishing Optimum Business Valuations, Inc. which he used to value businesses for transactional and estate tax purposes, Peter has published numerous articles that portend to his intellectual facility managing and presenting business valuation issues.


"Equitably Distributing Business Values Post Pandemic"

Author: Peter J. Galasso, Esq

Published: May 4, 2022 - New York Law Journal


"Valuation and Distribution in Changing Times"

Author: Peter J. Galasso, Esq.

Published: New York Law Journal


"It's All About the Multiples"

Author: Peter J. Galasso, Esq.

Published: June/July 2018 - The Suffolk Lawyer


"The Art of Business Valuation"

Author: Peter J. Galasso, Esq.

Published: Fall 2016 - Family Law Review

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