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Attorney Paula M. Borradaile of the law firm Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Spoke at a Divorce Resource Event, located in Wayne, Pennsylvania

Paula M. Borradaile, a Wayne family law attorney with the law firm Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC, presented at a Divorce Resource Event on January 25, 2017, in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Ms. Borradaile, along with divorce coach Sheila Brennan, helped attendees understand the emotional, financial, and legal aspects of divorce.

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Two Vetrano Blue Bell Family Attorneys appointed to Inn of Court Executive Committee

Two of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC’s family attorneys in Blue Bell have been appointed to the Executive Committee of the Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court for 2016-2017.   Paula M. Borradaile, Esquire, will be serving as the Inn’s President, and Lindsay Hanifan Childs, Esquire, will be serving as a Programming Chair.

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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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Kate Vetrano, Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Family Attorney, Speaks to Montgomery Bar Association’s Women in the Law Committee Regarding Law Practice Management Issues that Women Encounter

King of Prussia, PA on Wednesday, February 17, 2016, Kathleen B. Vetrano made an extremely informative presentation to the Montgomery Bar Association, Women in the Law Committee. The presentation, entitled, “Law Practice Management Issues that Women Encounter in the Practice of Law, and How to overcome them,” addressed the unique issues that women practicing law face. Some areas discussed by the respected family attorney included time management issues, being a mother and a lawyer, multi-tasking, the use of electronic devices, working remotely, re-entering the work force after being absent for a while, and networking as a woman in the profession.  The topic sparked a lively discussion amongst the attendees.

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