Angelo Sarno, Partner
Mr. Sarno is a distinguished family law attorney, representing clients in various complex matrimonial cases throughout New Jersey. In 2014, Mr. Sarno received national recognition for his involvement in representing the parents in the matter Rachel Canning vs. Sean and Elizabeth Canning, a case which involved a lawsuit between a daughter and her parents. In addition, on September 25, 2014, Mr. Sarno’s successful arguments before the State Supreme Court in Maeker v. Ross established legal precedent for the matrimonial law community. The unanimous Supreme Court, agreeing with Mr. Sarno’s arguments, ruled that oral palimony agreements entered into prior to the New Jersey Legislature’s amendment to the Statute of Frauds remain enforceable. In addition, Mr. Sarno co-authored a book titled New Jersey Family Law Forms for the New Jersey Law Journal.
In addition to his accomplishments and accolades, Mr. Sarno is an active member of the community. He is admitted to the New Jersey State Bar and United States District Court for the state of New Jersey. Mr. Sarno is a member of the NJ State Bar, Morris, Somerset, and Essex County Bar Associations, Board on Attorney Certification and Matrimonial Certification Committee, Essex County Bar Association Due Diligence Committee and sits on the Essex County Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee.
Mr. Sarno volunteers time to the Morris County Battered Women Legal Advocacy Program, where he represents victims of domestic abuse. He has lectured and presented seminars for the American Academy of Matrimonial Attorneys, New Jersey Association for Justice (formerly ATLA – NJ Educational Foundation) and New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Mr. Sarno has also taught the Family Law Paralegal Program course at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He has also provided legal commentary with a panel of experts on the O.J. Simpson custody case for the NJ8 News with Lynn Doyle. He earned his B.A. degree, cum laude, from Seton Hall University and his J.D. Degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.
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"I was involved in a VERY complicated and tumultuous child custody, divorce, domestic violence case for two full years. I was fortunate enough to be represented by one of the top matrimonial teams in the state of NJ, and the outcome in my case exceeded my every expectation." - Former Client"Paul personally stood by my side and represented me throughout my injury case. Whether it was business at hand, advice, or a late night phone call to help me understand what was going on; he never took a step back towards helping me. I knew that I could call on him at any time . My case was very successful and I attribute that to Paul's dedication . He even came to me during a snow storm when I could not make it to his office. I certainly would recommend him to anyone." - Former Client