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Archive for May, 2016

Lindsay Hanifan Childs, Esq., Blue Bell Divorce Attorney from Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC, Announced as Speaker at Second Saturday Divorce Workshop

On Saturday, June 11, 2016, Blue Bell divorce attorney Lindsay Hanifan Childs will be speaking at the Second Saturday Divorce Workshop, titled “What Every Woman Needs to Know About Divorce.”  The workshop focuses on the reality that a divorce is not just a legal matter; it is a life-changing event.  Therefore, Mrs. Childs will be joined by a financial planner and a marriage/family therapist, to provide the women in attendance with knowledge on all aspects of the divorce process – legal, financial, and emotional.  

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Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Announce Kate Vetrano and Sarinia Feinman as Winners of Suburban Life’s 2016 Top Attorneys for Divorce/Family Law

May, 2016 – King of Prussia, PA— In the April 2016 issue of Suburban Life Magazine, editors published the results of a survey; recent clients of Main Line and Montgomery County area attorneys were polled to determine the Top Attorneys of 2016.  Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC had two attorneys selected to the 2016 Top Attorneys list, as family lawyers that Main Line area residents rate as exceptional – Kate Vetrano and Sarinia Feinman.

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A.S. v. I.S.: Stepparents May Have a Duty to Pay Child Support, Under Certain Circumstances

Written by Lydia S. Terrill             The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently held that a stepfather was obligated to pay child support when he took affirmative legal steps to assume the same parental rights as a biological parent, which included seeking to prevent the biological mother from relocating to California with the children.

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Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman, LLC, a Family Attorney in Wayne, Discusses Summer Custody Issues

  Wayne Family Attorney Spring is the time to begin discussing summer custody with your co-parent and possibly your family attorney in Wayne.  Many issues can arise with regard to summer custody, including alternate custody schedules, camps, child care, and vacation plans.  If you are unable to resolve these issues through discussion with your co-parent, you should allow enough time to file a Custody Modification Petition, so that your concerns can be addressed by the Court prior to the start of summer.  Often it takes six weeks after you file a Petition to Modify Custody for your first appearance in front of the Custody Conciliator to be scheduled.  In many counties the Custody Conciliator does not have the authority to enter an Order concerning these issues if no agreement is reached, and a second appearance in front of a Judge will become necessary.

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