Samantha M. Guido

Samantha M. Guido

Associate
  • Garden City
  • T: 516-393-8250
  • F: 516-393-8282
  • sguido@jaspanllp.com
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Samantha M. Guido focuses her practice in matrimonial and family law, representing clients in divorce actions involving equitable distribution of real property and other assets, spousal support, child support, as well as custody and visitation disputes.

While attending law school, Samantha participated in the Child Advocacy Clinic where she represented clients in abuse and neglect cases and special immigrant juvenile (SIJ) cases.

Education

  • St. John's University School of Law
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University

Admissions

  • New York
  • U.S.D.C., Eastern District of New York

Affiliations & Appointments

  • Jane Guido Foundation, Co-founder, President, and Board Member
  • Nassau County Bar Association, Member
  • Nassau County Women's Bar Association, Member
  • New York City Bar Association, Member
  • New York State Bar Association, Member
  • Federal Bar Association, Member
  • St. John's University School of Law, American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, Former Articles and Notes Editor

“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together . . . But Maybe?” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Sept. 2021

LexBlog Selects New York Divorce and Family Law blog for Top 10 List, Sept. 2021

“Ah, ha, ha, ha, Stayin’ Alive: A Primer on Post-Nuptial Agreements,” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Sept. 2021

“Holla, We Want a Prenup!” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Aug. 2021

“Divorce, Settlement and Death: What Happens After an Agreement is Executed But One Spouse Dies Prior to the Divorce Judgment?” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, April 2021

“Can I Begin Using My Maiden Name Again?” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Sept. 2020

“The Second Department Brings The Adultery Standard Into The 21st Century,” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Jan. 2021

“The Cost of Treating Your Divorce Like a Game” NY Divorce and Family law blog, Dec. 2020

“Wasteful Dissipation Of Marital Assets And Your Divorce Case: Part Two,” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Nov. 2020

“New York Legislature Amends The Domestic Relations Law To Include Domestic Violence As A Factor To Be Considered In Making An Equitable Distribution Decision,” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Nov. 2020

“Wasteful Dissipation Of Marital Assets And Your Divorce Case: Part One.” NY Divorce and Family Law, Nov. 2020

“Important Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence,” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Oct. 2020

“October Is Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Oct. 2020

“Is My Child’s Voice Heard?” NY Divorce and Family Law blog, Sept. 2020

“Breaking News: Governor Cuomo Extends Moratorium on Evictions Through August 20, 2020,” NY Business Law and Commercial Litigation blog, May 2020

 

“Legislation Appropriating Additional Funds to the Paycheck Protection Program Passes, But Access to New Applicants Will Be Limited,” NY Business Law and Commercial Litigation blog, April 2020

“Title IV of the CARES Act Offers Financial Opportunities to Businesses in Aviation and National Security,” NY Business Law and Commercial Litigation blog, April 2020

New York Court of Appeals Rejects Discrimination Claims for Mistaken Perception of Alcoholism, ST. JOHN’S LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW FORUM (Jan. 4, 2018)

Creditors Cannot Contract Around Their Fiduciary Duties and Withhold Their Consent from a Debtor to File for Bankruptcy, 9 ST. JOHN’S BANKR. RESEACH LIBR. NO 10 (2017)

Court Invalidates the Use of Blocking Directors as Against Public Policy, ABI BANR. CASE BLOG, (Dec. 17, 2016)