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Archive for August, 2015

Family Law Attorneys in King of Prussia Explain Nuances of Relocating with Children

After separated or divorced parents make arrangements for a schedule for each of them to see their children, one parent may desire to move to another place. A move could occur due to a job change, remarriage, or other reasons. Parties to a custody order must consider whether their proposed move constitutes a relocation. Under the custody statue, which was revised in 2011, a relocation is defined as “[a] change in residence of the child which significantly impairs the ability of a non-relocating party to exercise custodial rights.” 23 Pa. C.S.A. 5322(a). Whether you are the parent seeking to relocate or the non-relocating parent, the family law attorneys at Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC can advise you of your rights and obligations under Pennsylvania law. The distance of the proposed move is not the sole factor when determining whether a move is a relocation. If the relocating parent’s proposed move would “significantly[...]

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Family Law Attorney King of Prussia’s Kate Vetrano Explains What It Takes to Be One of the Top Lawyers in the Country

Divorce is never an easy process. More often than not the entire separation process is difficult because emotions tend to run high at a time of significant changes. Fortunately, finding a reliable and compassionate divorce attorney who understands the many aspects of this transition is not as difficult as you may think. Family law attorney King of Prussia’s Kate Vetrano was recently named one of the top lawyers in Philadelphia. Kate Vetrano encourages families to consider the following when looking for legal help. What Traits Does a Good Divorce Lawyer have? Divorce is not easy and you need to prepare yourself emotionally and practically for all the changes for your family. An experienced family law attorney like Kate Vetrano can help you identify the changes that a divorce or separation will bring to you and your family. You need to understand what your rights are and what your obligations are. An understanding of[...]

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