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Archive for January, 2015

Family Lawyer Ends Term as Chair of the Montgomery Bar Association, Family Law Section

Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Family Lawyer, Montgomery County’s Sarinia M. Feinman Ends Term as Chair of the Montgomery Bar Association, Family Law Section Montgomery County, King of Prussia – In December 2014, Sarinia M. Feinman of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC successfully completed her term as the Chair of the Montgomery Bar Association, Family Law Section. Now that the New Year is here, Ms. Feinman’s role as Chair is over but she is moving on to other pursuits in family law. During her time as the Chair of the Montgomery Bar Association, Family Law Section, Sarinia Feinman was in charge of providing the Section with informative and timely programs on a monthly basis by obtaining judges, masters and other relevant speakers to present to the Section. Ms. Feinman also kept the Section up to date on changes in matrimonial law, and specifically on changes within the Montgomery County Family Court. Ms. Feinman had unprecedented[...]

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Vetrano Family Lawyers Montgomery County

Lindsay C. Hanifan Appointed as Montgomery Bar Association’s Next Officer to the Young Lawyers Section Montgomery County, King of Prussia – Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC, a King of Prussia law firm, is proud to announce that their very own Lindsay C. Hanifan has recently been appointed as the next Officer of the Montgomery Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section. Ms. Hanifan will be starting this new role in early January 2015. Part of the duties of the Montgomery Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section involve not only planning social events throughout the year, but also organizing the region’s high school Mock Trial Competition, presenting educational programs geared towards young bar association members who are under the age of 35, as well as countless other community service opportunities. While in law school, Ms. Hanifan pursued her legal career by working as a certified legal intern for Villanova University School of Law’s Civil Justice Clinic, an extern[...]

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King of Prussia Family Lawyers Discuss Child Support

In Need of In Depth Information on Child Support? King of Prussia Family Lawyers at Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Explores the Modification of Interstate Child Support Orders In many cases, after a couple separates and resolves economic issues such as child support, one of them moves to another state. A question then arises about where modifications to a child support order should be dealt with, and what law will apply. That is why it is always good practice to utilize the services of a family attorney. King of Prussia family lawyers at Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC can answer any questions clients may have regarding all matters of divorce law. According to our laws (23 Pa.C.S.A. §7205), the state that issued an initial child support order will retain continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over that child support matter, provided that the state is still the residence of the person paying support (obligor), person receiving support (oblige),[...]

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