Why Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC
Our divorce lawyers practice family law in Philadelphia and its surrounding courthouses including West Chester, Media, Norristown, Doylestown, Reading, Allentown, and Easton. Led by Kate Vetrano, who was a civil litigator in addition to handling divorce, custody matters, and child custody cases for the first ten years of her legal career. Kate Vetrano’s diverse early training as a litigator prepared her well. She understands the price one pays to take a case to court but she also has the training and background to represent your interests in court if that is where you must go to get the relief needed and to protect your interests. Our family lawyers pride themselves on being responsive to your needs. As a small firm, we recognize our accountability to our clients. The Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman divorce lawyers in Philadelphia limit their practices to family law matters such as handling divorce cases, child custody matters, child support, alimony, prenuptial or premarital agreements, and step-family adoptions.
Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC has a team of experienced divorce lawyers in Philadelphia who have received accolades from professionally respected and recognized local and national organizations.
Pennsylvania Family Law
Our family law attorneys are attentive to the emotional, psychological, and financial issues created by a divorce. We work to help clients understand the impact of their decisions on their children’s future. To arrive at suitable custody and visitation agreements, we use collaborative law, four-way meetings, and mediation.
Divorce Services in Philadelphia
Our divorce lawyers in Philadelphia understand that divorce is not solely the legal dissolution of a marriage, but also a psychological uncoupling. We know that the time it takes to “process” the psychological aspect of a divorce differs from person to person.
Our civil appeals lawyer assists trial attorneys by evaluating their chances of success on appeal as well as writing the appellate brief. “The best remedy for a lost case is the fresh perspective of a new lawyer experienced with appeals.”