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Bryan Salamone: Divorce Attorney, Rally Driver, Philanthropist
  • Who is Bryan Salamone?


    Internationally Recognized Top New York Divorce Attorney

    Bryan L. Salamone is Long Island’s top divorce lawyer for over 25 years. Mr. Salamone is well-known for representing high net worth individuals; celebrities; as well as regular members of the local community. He does not differentiate between the "big cases" and cases of people who are seeking an economical amicable uncontested divorce. Mr. Salamone owns the law firm Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, P.C. and they maintain the low hourly rate of $325 an hour whether it is Mr. Salamone who is performing the work on any given case or one of several of his associates. Bryan Salamone is eager to fight equally hard for mother's rights and father's rights. Over the last few decades Mr. Salamone has handled tens of thousands of divorces from the amicable to the acrimonious, he is at the top of the field and his firm has seen it all.

    Mr. Salamone's remarkable success led him to be featured in Vice Media’s documentary entitled "Heartbreak Hustle" which focused on the growing divorce industry in the United States and the people who are at the top of that industry.

  • The Smarter Divorce© Process


    As a leader in his legal field, attorney Bryan Salamone has authored The Smarter Divorce© process. This copyrighted material provides a seven-step plan to obtaining the very best result to your marriage dissolution. His firm has abided by this system for years, resolving thousands of divorce cases in his clients’ favor.

    Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, P.C. handles more divorces each year than any other New York divorce law firm and created a user-friendly New York State Child Support and Maintenance Calculator. This patent-pending tool allows you to enter your own income information and calculate the amount of child support and maintenance that should be paid or received.

  • In the Media


    Heartbreak Hustle

    There are one million divorces in the United States every year—that's one every 36 seconds, nearly 2,400 per day, and 16,800 per week. It's hardly surprising, then, that the divorce industry is worth a whopping $50 billion annually—that's a hell of lot of heartbreak.

  • Hard-Driving and Record-Holding


    In addition, to being a top divorce attorney, Bryan L. Salamone is internationally known for his driving skills. Mr. Salamone is an international rally driver and frequently takes part in charity events all over the world, from Monte Carlo to Manhattan. Mr. Salamone's career began in 2008 with the MTV show entitled "Cops Cars and Superstars" where Mr. Salamone crossed the United States in his signature Lamborghini. In 2018 Mr. Salamone drove around the entire world and his Lamborghini, starting in New York and ending in Japan, as part of several televised charity-based events. Mr. Salamone's car was featured in a 20th Century Fox film called "Free Guy" in 2021 and in 2018 Mr. Salamone was featured in the Netflix original series "The Fastest Car" in Episode 4 "King of the World". Although Mr. Salamone holds records for international rally driving, Divorce and Family Law is his vocation. 

  • Teamsalamone’s Philanthropy Work


    More than $1 million raised

    Teamsalamone is the automotive charity team that Mr. Salamone created in order to reach out to people and bring awareness to specific causes. Through his showmanship and his victories on the road, he has been able to headline numerous events that have raised over $1,000,000 in donations for charitable causes, including a lung transplant that successfully saved a woman's life.

    Mr. Salamone has been honored by the Italian embassy in Washington, D.C. for his charitable causes and his car has been publicly displayed to large crowds in Times Square, Rome, Tokyo, Coventry Gardens in the UK, the Indianapolis Speedway, the Staples Center in Los Angeles and the Castle of Versailles in France.

  • Supporting People in Need


    Mr. Salamone and his law firm are major supporters of the United States Marine Corp (USMC) Toys for Tots program, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation of New York City. Mr. Salamone’s personal charity is the Sisters of Saint Francis, as well as the Little Sisters of the Poor. The Little Sisters of the Poor use donations from Mr. Salamone’s rally team to support their Queen of Peace Residence, which provides a home and hospice care to terminally ill nuns.

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