Archive for November, 2014

Amicable Divorce with King of Prussia Divorce Lawyers

Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC Reveals How Amicable the Divorce Process Can Be With the Help of the Right Team of King of Prussia Divorce Lawyers King of Prussia, PA – Divorce law is one of the more complicated areas of the legal spectrum as the process can involve dealing with highly emotional issues like child custody. Tactful and understanding, King of Prussia Divorce Lawyers at Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC can make a difference in the tone of the legal proceedings. For many years, lawyers from Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC have dealt with complex divorce and custody issues. According to Kate Vetrano, “What happens during the first few weeks after spouses end their relationship can set the tone for the duration of a divorce or the rest of their lives.” Kate Vetrano and all other lawyers at Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC try to end antagonism early in the divorce process through their understanding[...]

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International Child Custody

LOZANO v. ALVAREZ Supreme Court of the United States No. 12-829 Argued December 11, 2013 Decided March 5, 2014 By: Lindsay C. Hanifan, Esquire The family lawyers at Vetrano Law noted a recent Supreme Court decision that affects clients with international child custody cases. With Father living in the UK and Mother and Child living in the US, attorneys argued whether or not Child would be returned to Child’s former residence (UK) under Article 12 of the Hague Convention. Each child custody case is unique for those who reside or hold citizenship in a foreign country. A family lawyer can explain how international and US laws apply in each individual’s case. Mother and Father, who lived in London, began dating in early 2004, but never married. Mother gave birth to a daughter in October 2005. When the child was three years old, Mother visited her sister in New York while the child stayed in London with Father.[...]

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