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Family Lawyer, Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC’s Paula Borradaile to Serve as the Treasurer of the Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court

Family Lawyers of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Maintain Active Leadership Roles Philadelphia, PA –Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC’s Paula Borradaile will be acting as the Treasurer of the Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court for 2015-2016. In the past, Ms. Borradaile has been an active part of the local Philadelphia community and has volunteered as a legal aid attorney for the local Women’s Resource Center. Paula Borradaile has won multiple awards and titles including “Rising Star” in 2010, and 2014-2015, Awesome Attorney in 2011, and Top Lawyer in 2012. The Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court is an organization that seeks to improve the civility, professionalism, and ethics of the legal professionals in the field of family law; one way they do this is by offering continuing legal education credits via monthly programming. As the treasurer, Ms. Borradaile will be responsible for overseeing the budget, and financial planning. To learn more about[...]

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Binding Family Law Arbitration

Family Law Firm, Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC, Discusses Binding Arbitration as an Alternative Dispute Resolution Process Binding family law arbitration is an expedited alternative dispute resolution process that can be an advantageous way to resolve family law matters. In binding family law arbitration an arbitrator, who is a private attorney, will issue a determination on the issues that they have been contracted to resolve examples include equitable distribution, support and personal property. The participants in the binding arbitration do pay the arbitrator to resolve their matter, but receive many benefits. The benefits to binding arbitration include (1) reduced time for resolution (2) reduced transaction cost (3) privacy and (4) finality. Cases that proceed to binding arbitration often take considerably less time to resolve than cases that proceed through the Court system. In binding arbitration, the arbitrator schedules meetings around the participants schedules. The arbitrator’s report is generally issued within thirty days of[...]

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