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.
“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
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)