King of Prussia, Pennsylvania – August 20, 2020 – Family attorney Kathleen Vetrano, of Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC has once again been recognized by Best Lawyers® earning a place on the 2021 Best Lawyers in America© list. Ms. Vetrano has been recognized for this honor for each of the thirteen years since 2008.
Ms. Vetrano was recognized for her work in the categories of Family Law (which includes issues relating to divorce, child custody, spousal and child support, alimony, and other related issues) and Family Law Mediation.
Ms. Vetrano has a strong family-centric philosophy and she is a proponent of collaborative law. Her belief that a family remains a family even after a divorce, and her understanding of the emotional complications that occur in family law cases make her a trusted family law attorney. Ms. Vetrano also has a background in litigation which empowers her to defend her clients’ rights[...]
King of Prussia, PA – August 17, 2020 — Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman family attorneys Sarinia M. Feinman and Lindsay H. Childs have been recognized by Main Line Today as 2020 Top Lawyers in divorce and family law. The win marks the third time Main Line Today has honored Ms. Feinman as a Top Lawyer and the second time that Ms. Childs has received this recognition.
Main Line Today is a regional magazine covering various fields and topics for the Main Line suburbs of Philadelphia. The outlet publishes an annual list of Top Lawyers to recognize exemplary attorneys practicing in Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties. Main Line Today determines the winners of the Top Lawyer awards through peer nomination and voting, and editorial staff vetting.
Main Line Today will honor the 2020 Top Lawyer winners at the publication’s annual reception.
Sarinia Feinman, Esq. is a partner with Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman[...]
Thinking about purchasing a house with your significant other? If you are not married, you should consult with an attorney before making that commitment. Many people assume that if they purchase a home with their boyfriend or girlfriend, and the relationship later breaks down, the law will protect any financial interest that they have in the home. But whether or not the couple ends up getting married before the relationship ultimately ends, the legal outcome after a premarital purchase of real estate may not match up with their expectations about how the equity in the home will end up being divided.