Archive for February, 2017

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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A Vetrano Family Lawyer Discusses: When are Post-Nuptial or Mid-Nuptial Agreements Appropriate?

Family lawyers are finding that couples are increasingly turning to post-nuptial agreements, sometimes referred to as mid-nuptial agreements, to deal with many issues that can arise during a marriage. A post-nuptial agreement differs from a pre-nuptial agreement because it is entered into during the marriage, not before. A post-nuptial agreement addresses issues that might not have existed at the time of the marriage. For example, a spouse that stands to gain an ownership interest in a business or inherit a large amount of money from his or her parents during the marriage may enter into a post-nuptial or mid-nuptial agreement to ensure that the business or inheritance remains in the family. Oftentimes, the parents of the spouse that stands to receive the ownership interest in a family business will condition the transfer of ownership on the signing of a post-nuptial agreement to ensure that the other spouse is not able[...]

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Main Line Family Lawyer, Sarinia M. Feinman, of Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC, was Chosen to Serve as 2017 Co-Chair of the Montgomery Bar Association, Women in the Law Committee

Main Line, Pennsylvania – January 20th – In 2016 and 2017, Main Line family lawyer Sarinia Feinman serves as the Co-Chair of the Montgomery Bar Association Women in the Law Committee. The Committee holds meetings and programs on alternating months, and provides informative programs to female attorneys who are members of the Montgomery Bar Association. The programs in 2017 will have a wide range, from financial planning for your future, to a primer on preparing wills, to a program in which judges from all sects of the court will be providing hot tips on what should and should not be happening in their courtrooms.

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