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Wayne Divorce and Family Lawyers Kate Vetrano, Sarinia Feinman and Paula Borradaile of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC are Recognized in Main Line Today

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania – November 24, 2017 – Kathleen Vetrano, Sarinia Feinman and Paula Borradaile of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC were featured in Main Line Today’s August edition as Top Lawyers. The divorce and family lawyers were nominated by peer ballot under the category of divorce, and then underwent the editorial process of Main Line Today. Kathleen Vetrano, Esq. has provided legal guidance to Wayne and other Main Line residents since 1981. Her family-centric philosophy has allowed many of her clients to maintain family harmony in the midst of difficult family law situations. She is a proponent of amicable and collaborative processes, but is also an experienced litigator who fiercely defends the best interests of her clients. Sarinia Feinman, Esq. is a partner in the firm and has chosen to limit her practice to family law. Ms. Feinman helps clients in the areas of divorce, custody, child and spousal support, and[...]

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Blue Bell Divorce Attorney, Lindsay Hanifan Childs, Joins Panel for Second Saturdays Workshop

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania – November 8, 2017 – Blue Bell divorce attorney Lindsay Hanifan Childs, of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC, will be part of a distinguished panel of experts who will be present to advise women about divorce issues at the Second Saturday Divorce Workshop on November 11, 2017. Other experts will include a financial planner and a marriage/family therapist. The panel will advise the attendees on the legal, financial, and emotional aspects of divorce at Montgomery County Community College.

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Lydia S. Terrill, Esq Spoke on a Panel at the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section’s Summer Meeting in Richmond, Virginia

King of Prussia, PA–July 24, 2017- Wayne family law attorney Lydia Terrill served as a speaker in a session titled “Baby Boomer Divorce Issues” at the 2017 Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section Summer Meeting. The panel also included PBA President Sara A. Austin, Esquire, Jeremiah W. Doyle, Esquire, and Quintina M. Laudermilch, Esquire.

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Main Line Family Lawyer Kate Vetrano of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Recently Spoke About Premarital Agreements

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – June 16, 2017 – Main Line family lawyer Kathleen B. Vetrano, Esq. of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman in King of Prussia, served as a course planner and speaker for the PA Bar Institute (PBI) on Premarital Agreements on June 6, 2017 at the PBI CLE Conference Center of the Wanamaker Building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ms. Vetrano’s program offered essential information for family lawyers and estate practitioner participants. An attorney’s obligation includes describing a premarital agreement to those considering a union and outlining what the law provides in the absence of that type of agreement when considering ending a union. These agreements are useful for both marriage or co-habitation and is recommended for many types of clients. The course presented on June 6 provided participants tips on how to advise and work with clients. The attendees also learned techniques for drafting to ensure the agreement is enforceable as well as[...]

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