Google+ Badge

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

LoBIONDO LAW OFFICES IS MOVING TO THE CITY OF NEWBURGH AND HIRING BILINGUAL STAFF

Newburgh, NY – Juliana LoBiondo, also known as “Mrs. Lo,” a partner in the law firm of LoBiondo Law Offices, has announced that the firm in which she and her husband, Anthony LoBiondo, are partners, is moving to the City of Newburgh.

            “We will be moving from our Town of Newburgh office to 275 North Street, in the City of Newburgh, effective April 1, 2014.  We will be in the “SmileWorks” building, owned by our good friend, Dr. Cary Wagner,” said Juliana LoBiondo, an Attorney, Mediator, and Director of the Family Law Resources Center.  “We have also just hired a Spanish-speaking receptionist / Office Administrator, who is not only bilingual but a Certified Translator.”
            “We have decided to make a full on commitment to the City of Newburgh and one of our fastest growing client bases, the Bilingual community,” said Anthony LoBiondo, Attorney and Director of the Personal Injury and Criminal Law Resource Center.  “The offices are also in the heart of the medical office community of Newburgh, which is convenient because I do so much personal injury work.  Yet we are close to the 84 exits for our client base coming from Dutchess County and other parts of Orange County.”
            Juliana and Anthony have each been attorneys for over 23 years, and Juliana has been a Mediator for 25 years.  They reside in Newburgh with their two sons.  The LoBiondo’s are both very active in the community.  Anthony is a member of the Board of Directors of the Newburgh Rowing Club and previously served on the Board of the Children’s Rights Society.  Juliana LoBiondo, also known as “Mrs. Lo,” is the Team Mom for the Newburgh Rowing Club and the Director of America Rows Newburgh, a scholarship based inclusion rowing program which is an official affiliate of USRowing.  Mrs. Lo was also the Team Mom for the Goldback Youth Football League D3 football team, and is also Team Mom for the Newburgh Panthers AAU 8th grade basketball team, and is on the Development Committee for the Boys and Girls Club of Newburgh.  Mrs. Lo was the head of the Fundraising Committee for the NFA Crew Team in 2012, when the team raised $60,000.00 in less than a year to continue as a community-funded varsity team.  Mrs. Lo is also a member of the Advisory Committee of the Salvation Army Corps of Newburgh.  She has previously served on the Executive Board of the Dutchess County Bar Association, where she retired as President-Elect; served on the Grievance Committee of the Dutchess County Bar Association for 10 years; is a former president of the Mid-Hudson Women’s Bar Association;  and served on the Dutchess County Economic Development Committee and the Dutchess County Mental Health Association’s Board of Directors.  Mrs. Lo is one of the few attorneys in the area qualified by the U.S. State Department to handle Hague Convention cases and has been honored at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in Arlington, VA for her pro bono work in helping to represent victims of international child kidnapping.  This year, Mrs. Lo was selected to receive a 2014 “Thumbs Up Award” from Kidz4Causes, for her commitment to the community.

            For more information, you can reach LoBiondo Law Offices at 275 North Street, Newburgh, NY  12550, (845) 569-7600 or visit their website at www.LoBiondoLaw.com