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Archive for April, 2016

Sarinia M. Feinman, Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Divorce Lawyer, Moderates Presentation to Montgomery Bar Association’s Women in the Law Committee Regarding Residential Mortgage Guidelines

King of Prussia, PA On Wednesday, April 27, 2016, Sarinia M. Feinman, Wayne divorce lawyer and partner of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC, organized and moderated a wonderful presentation for the Women in the Law Committee entitled, “Residential Mortgage Guidelines – the mortgage process from A to Z.”  Ms. Feinman, as the 2016 Co-Chair of the Montgomery Bar Association’s Women in the Law Committee, arranged for a mortgage professional (William Rookstool, owner of Approved Mortgage Group) to appear as a guest speaker.  The program explored the impact of bankruptcy, divorce, short sales, foreclosures, and credit issues/credit repair on the ability to obtain a mortgage. Mr. Rookstool also provided an overview of the mortgage process from inception to closing.  The audience actively participated in asking relevant and timely questions, which were all addressed at this excellent program.

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Bryn Mawr Family Lawyer Discusses Name Changes for Adults and Children

By: Lindsay Hanifan Childs, Esquire Any time someone wants to change his or her name, and the change is not due to a marriage or divorce, that person must file a petition with the court to seek permission for the name change.   Due to a risk of fraud and the fear that some individuals may try to change their names to avoid creditors or other liabilities, the courts have discretion on whether or not to grant the requested name change.  The courts also have discretion to deny a requested name change if it would lead to difficulty with identification or if the change has an offensive connotation.   For adults, the standard that the court follows is whether the name change comports “with good sense, common decency and fairness to all concerned and to the public.”  Petition of Falcucci, 50 A.2d 200 (Pa. 1947).

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Three Attorneys at King of Prussia Family Law Firm Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Have Been Selected for Inclusion in Top 40 Under 40 Lawyers in PA by the ASLA

King of Prussia, PA – February 2016 – The law firm of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC announces partner Sarinia M. Feinman and associate attorneys Paula M. Borradaile and Lindsay Hanifan Childs have all been selected for inclusion in the Top 40 Under 40 Family Law Attorneys by the American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA). Sarinia M. Feinman began her career as a family attorney in King of Prussia in 2004 and was named partner at Vetrano Law in 2015. Ms. Feinman has been named a Super Lawyer Rising Star every year since 2010. She was the course planner and moderator for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s program on “Issues for Divorce Over 50” and also serves on the Council of the Family Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.  Ms. Feinman is a past Chair of the Family Law Section of the Montgomery Bar Association and of the Doris Jonas Freed Matrimonial Inn of Court.

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Kate Vetrano of Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC has Been Named a Top 100 Family Lawyer in Philadelphia and Invited to Join the ASLA

Kate Vetrano was invited to become a member of the American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA) King of Prussia, Pennsylvania – January, 2016 – The law offices of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC, serving clients in Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Bucks, Berks, and Philadelphia counties are pleased to announce that their own Kate Vetrano has been named as one of the top 100 Family Lawyers in Philadelphia by the American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA). She was invited to join the organization based on her high ranking as a family lawyer in the Philadelphia area.

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