Ronald Anthony Sarno’s Guides

Ronald Anthony Sarno

New York Litigation Lawyer.

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  1. Landlord Tenant Rules and Requirements in General and in New Jersey

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    Getting started (In this article L. = Landlord; T. = Tenant). If the prospective T has viewed the premises and agreed to rent, there follows a set of mutual rules, requirements and regulations. If t

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  2. Commercial Litigation: How to Handle a Dispute with a Business Customer, Partner or Supplier

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    If you are engaged in a dispute with a customer, partner, or supplier of your business, this guide explains the steps you can take to resolve it. It explains your potential options, from negotiation to litigation

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  3. NYC Housing Court: An Introduction and Overview

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 1 year ago.

    NYC Housing court is one of the busiest in the country. This LT (Landlord-Tenant) court handles both commercial and residential rentals. Commercial cases are normally done more quickly than residential ones. Usuallyin a commercial case, if the tenant has no money for rent, the ma...

  4. Family Law Litigation in New York City

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, almost 2 years ago.

    New York has two family law court systems and this guide is written to assist New Yorkers in deciding which one to select. Neither system requires a lawyer but most families find the use of a lawyer helpful. Supreme Court (A county court) This court is used for obtaining a divo...

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  5. Parental Alienation: New Jersey Slowly Opens the Door

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, almost 4 years ago.

    First of all, it is not wise to plead Parental Alienation in New Jersey. Judges differ on whether or not the allegation is acceptable or not and you risk losing the case if your only plea to the court is parental alientation. Most experienced attorneys plead more than one allegat...

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  6. New York Case Law on Parental Alienation: Part 3: Krebsbach v. Gallagher

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 4 years ago.

    New York State has some key cases where a court was reviewing a trial court decision about custody and had to decide whether or not Parental Alienation existed and if it did, was it so destructive to the children that the court should have switched custody. My two prior legal...

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  7. New York Case Law on Parental Alienation: Part 2: Young v Young 212 AD 2d 114 - NY: Sup. Ct,1995

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 4 years ago.

    This is a continuation of my legal guide on New York case law and Parental Alienation The reviewing court in Young also noted that the mother was incapable of understanding that the children should have a father in their lives: "The mother's testimony was devoid of any understand...

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  8. New York Case Law on Parental Alienation: Part 1 Young v. Young, 212 AD 2d 114 - NY: Sup.Ct (1995)

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 4 years ago.

    In Young the trial court had kept the children with the mother in spite of strong evidence of severe parental alienation syndrome. In Young the reviewing court decided the trial court was wrong in ignoring the strong evidence against the mother as an alienating parent: The Young ...

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  9. Parental Alienation and Family Law Litigation

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 4 years ago.

    Courts are sometimes hostile to the use of PAS in family law litigation. Some jurisdictions are still very reluctant to use PAS as a means for determining issues of custody and visitation, but most f

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  10. PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME: AN INTRODUCTION

    Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 4 years ago.

    Formulation of the term Parental Alienation Syndrome Richard Gardner was the first mental health professional to formulate the term PAS as an abnormal and deep-seated preoccupation by the child (us

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