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Archive for September, 2014

Kate Vetrano Given Divorce Attorney Rating

Kate Vetrano Receives BV Distinguished Martindale-Hubbell Rating as a Divorce Attorney King of Prussia, PA – Each year, Martindale-Hubbell, a directory of lawyers and law firms practicing across the United States and Canada, identifies attorneys who have distinguished themselves as highly ethical and professional in the legal field. In 2013, Kate Vetrano of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC was honored to receive the BV Martindale-Hubbell rating as a divorce attorney. King of Prussia’s Kate Vetrano has proudly received this rating seven times since 2008. In 1868, The Martindale Directory was first published by James B. Martindale in order to determine which lawyers across the United States were reliable sources that clients could depend on. According to the Martindale-Hubbell website the rating system works by facilitating, “secure online Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings surveys of lawyers across multiple jurisdictions and geographic locations, in similar areas of practice as the lawyer being rated.  Reviewers are asked[...]

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Family Law Firm, Discusses Differences between No-Fault & Fault Grounds for Divorce in PA

Family Law Firm, King of Prussia’s Vetrano Law, Explore the Difference between No-Fault & Fault Grounds for Divorce in Pennsylvania Each state has laws that specify the grounds getting divorced. When people want to get divorced in Pennsylvania, they have the option of doing so through either no-fault or fault grounds. Although many people decide to go with a no-fault divorce in which spouses can avoid a court battle by placing no blame on either spouse, there are six fault grounds that can also be pursued. In order to decide which course of action you should take during a divorce, it is important to utilize the guidance of a reliable family law firm. King of Prussia’s Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC handles all areas of family law including no-fault and fault divorce matters. No-Fault Grounds for Divorce A no-fault divorce may be granted by a court of law if the marriage is simply not[...]

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