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Archive for May, 2015

Family Law Firm Recognizes Three Super Lawyers

Kate Vetrano from Family Law Firm King of Prussia’s Vetrano|Vetrano, & Feinman LLC named Super Lawyer, Sarinia Feinman & Paula Borradaile Named 2015 Super Lawyer Rising Stars King of Prussia, PA – Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC is proud to announce that Partner Kate Vetrano has been recognized as a “Super Lawyer” for eleven consecutive years. In addition, partner Sarinia M. Feinman has been named “Rising Star” for the past six years, and associate attorney Paula M. Borradaile has been named “Rising Star” for the third time. According to www.SuperLawyers.com , “Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and personal achievement. The process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.” Well-known in all 50 states, Super Lawyers uses a rigorous selection process to showcase only the best and brightest attorneys in their magazine. Being named “Super Lawyer”[...]

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Divorce Lawyer Discusses PA Laws for Alimony & Cohabitation

Pennsylvania Laws Regarding Alimony and Cohabitation by Divorce Lawyer, King of Prussia’s Lindsay C. Hanifan, Esquire of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC As part of the resolution of a divorce, the spouse who earns less money may be awarded alimony, which is support that is paid after the divorce decree has been entered. How much alimony will be awarded and how long the award will last depends on a long list of factors, including each spouse’s income or earning capacity, each spouse’s separate assets, the duration of the marriage, and the marital misconduct of either spouse. But the main determination of an alimony award is the receiving spouse’s unmet needs; in other words, how much his or her reasonable living expenses exceed his or her income. No matter what duration the alimony is awarded for, by law it will terminate upon the first to occur of the death of either spouse or the[...]

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