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A DWI is more than just a ticket, if your case isn't handled properly it can affect your entire life. Witout the right lawyers in your corner you could be facing fines, arrest, or even jail time. If you get a DWI, think Muscato DiMillo and Vona first.
A personal injury as the result of someone else is never a good experience. But with the right Lawyers working for you, your life can more easily move on. You don't pay until we win your case,
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Going through a divorce is never easy. At Muscato DiMillo and Vona we strive to make the process go smoothly and fairly for everyone involved. Whether you choose to Litigate your divorce or Mediatie your divorce, we will be with you throughout the process.
What would happen to your estate, family, savings and more if something were to happen to you? If you aren't sure, then call us for your Estate planning and Will. Don't leave your estate in the hands of people you don't know, contact us to set up an appointment today.
When it comes to Criminal Defense you cannot go at it alone. You need someone that knows the law, knows the community, and knows how to handle your case. With a combined over 100 years of experience in the office, you know you will be in good hands at Muscato DiMillo and Vona.
Whether you are buying a Home for your family or are undergoing a complicated commercial real estate project, Muscato DiMillo and Vona have the experience to make sure your transaction is completed without issue.
Founding partner, George V.C. Muscato, a 1972 graduate of Akron Law School, began his private law practice in 1977 in an office at 250 S. Transit Road in Lockport. Muscato was joined in 1981 by A. Angelo DiMillo, a 1980 graduate of the University of Buffalo Law School. The firm relocated in 1981 to offices at 188 East Avenue, where it remained until the doors opened to the newly constructed building at 107 East Avenue in 1987. Muscato and DiMillo were joined in 1989 by P. Andrew Vona, a 1985 graduate of Syracuse University Law School. The Partnership of Muscato, DiMillo & Vona, LLP was officially formed in 1994, and has continued to flourish at 107 East Avenue for over nineteen years.
The partners are joined by Associate attorneys, Brian J. Hutchison and Amy M. Taylor, Esq. The administrative staff at Muscato, DiMillo & Vona is knowledgeable and experienced, as our legal assistants average over thirty years of working together to effectively manage our office.
With over 100 combined years of litigation expertise, the dedicated partners at Muscato, DiMillo & Vona, LLP have committed themselves to consistently providing the highest level of legal service to our clients. We proudly represent our hometown community of Lockport, as well as our numerous clients in Erie, Orleans, Wyoming, and the outlying counties throughout Western New York.
Mr. Muscato is a former Niagara County Assistant District Attorney and a frequent lecturer on legal topics, as well as the former President of the Lockport Board of Education, and is currently Chairman of the Board at Eastern Niagara Hospital. Mr. Muscato has been a member of the New York State Bar Association, Lockport Bar Association, and Niagara County Bar Association.More details
Mr. Vona is a former Assistant City Attorney for the City of Lockport, and an Assistant County Attorney. He has also been a member of the Niagara County Bar Association, Erie County Bar Association, American Academy of Matrimonial Attorneys, New York State Bar Association, and National Academy of Family Mediators.More details
Mr. DiMillo is a former Assistant City Attorney for the City of Lockport, and is currently the Vice-President of the Cornerstone Federal Credit Union. Mr. DiMillo has been associated with the Niagara County Bar Association, Erie County Bar Association, Western New York Trial Lawyers Association, and is also a member of the Florida Bar.More details
Mr. Hutchison resides in the City of Lockport, and received his Bachelor's Degree from SUNY Geneseo in 2006, and his Juris Doctor in 2009 from SUNY Buffalo.He was admitted to practice in 2010 to all Courts in New York State, Federal District Court, and the Western District of New York Bankruptcy Court.More details
The newest member of the Muscato, DiMillo and Vona law firm has been an amazing addition to the firm. Amy Taylor graduated from SUNY Brockport with her Bachelor of Science in Political Science, soon after completed her graduate law degree at the University of Buffalo in 2014.More details
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Many people believe they need an attorney’s services only to solve a problem or to get out of a difficult situation. Often‚ the best time to see an attorney is not when you are in legal trouble but before that trouble occurs. Preventive law is one of the most valuable services that a lawyer can perform. By eliminating potential problems, preventive law can save you time‚ money‚ and needless worry.
The first thing that many individuals wonder when they are hurt in an accident is if they have a legal claim. It is often difficult to parse through the specifics of a case to understand who might be at fault and whether a third-party acted inappropriately such that they will be held accountable, in full or in part, for the harm caused.
Of course it is impossible to say with certainty whether one has a legal claim without knowing details about the situation. However, in general, the civil law holds that one who is injured (or their surviving family members) has a legal claim for recourse any time that another party intentionally or negligently causes harm. Intentional misconduct is obvious: the other party causes harm on purpose. Negligent misconduct is much more nuanced, but in general it refers to situations where someone acts unreasonably.
A person who has physical custody of the children for more than half of the time can usually get child support from the other parent. Child support is ordered by the Family Court, or in the Supreme Court as part of a divorce case.
If the parents share physical custody 50/50, there should still be a child support order, but it is more likely that the court will order an amount that is different than the standard amount set by the child support guidelines.
Obtaining a divorce in New York is very complicated and involves filling out and filing many court forms, even if your divorce is uncontested. All of the forms you will need to obtain an uncontested divorce are available on the New York Courts website in the Uncontested Divorce Packet, which also includes instructions.
The first form you will you have to fill out is the “Summons With Notice (Form UD-1)” or the “Summons (Form UD-1a)” and “Verified Complaint (Form UD-2).” The Summons is the form that begins your divorce action in Supreme Court and names you as “plaintiff” and your spouse as “defendant.” For more information Contact Us Today
Though you can register a DBA or Partnership at the County Clerk's Office, it is sometime best to protect your business and business name by registering one of the following:
A good attorney in a business acquisition acts as a project manager, intermediary, and – last, but not least – a legal expert. As a project manager, he or she oversees the deal, orchestrates and manages the players, moves the transaction along, and brings it to a successful close. As an intermediary, he or she keeps conflicts away from the buyer-seller relationship by negotiating directly with the seller’s attorney. As a legal expert, he or she drafts or reviews the necessary legal documents, knows about the relevant legal aspects of your business purchase, advises you on the legal consequences of changing facts and circumstances, and devises strategies to circumvent legal roadblocks.
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