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Kathleen B. Vetrano Esq.

Kathleen Vetrano - Family Law Attorney - Vetrano Vetrano Feinman
Family Lawyer Norristown
King of Prussia, PA

Kathleen B. Vetrano, Esq.

Fax: (610) 265-1120

About me

Pennsylvania divorce lawyer Kathleen B. Vetrano (Kate) has been practicing family law since 1981. Ms. Vetrano believes that while lawyers and judges can eliminate the relationship of husband and wife, they cannot alter one’s status as a mother or father. Families are forever so it is very important that the lawyers and the divorcing couple conduct themselves in a family-centric manner. While amicable and collaborative solutions are often most desirable, Ms. Vetrano is experienced and prepared to litigate issues to protect the rights of her clients.

Ms. Vetrano has been a frequent faculty member and course planner on family law and related issues in programs sponsored by the American Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, and other organizations. In addition, she has written numerous articles that have appeared in state and national professional periodicals.

Ms. Vetrano is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers and member of the family law sections of the American Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Montgomery Bar Association. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers certified Kate Vetrano as a Family Law Arbitrator on May 4, 2008.

Ms. Vetrano is a founding member of the Collaborative Family Law Affiliates. She is a former member of the council of the American Bar Association’s family law section, where she has chaired the elder law committee from the committee’s inception in 1994 through 2006. She is also on the family law advisory council for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.

Ms. Vetrano is a past chair of the Montgomery Bar Association family law section, has been a director of the bar association, and is past president and founding member of the Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court for family law.

Ms. Vetrano attended the Sorbonne and received her undergraduate degree from Rosemont College. She graduated from Widener University School of Law cum laude.

Areas of Practice

Divorce Law
Family Law

Education

Widener University School of Law, Wilmington, Delaware, 1980
J.D.
Honors: Cum Laude
Rosemont College, 1973
University of Paris – Sorbonne CP, 1972

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 2008 – Present
Certified Arbitrator

Past Employment Positions

Butera Beausang Cohen & Brennan PC, King of Prussia, PA, Partner, 1983 – 1996
Butera Beausang Cohen & Brennan PC, Associate, 1980 – 1983

About Us

Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC is a law firm in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania that practices in the areas of family law and civil appeals.

The firm’s family law practice extends throughout eastern Pennsylvania. This area includes the Philadelphia Main Line ( Merion, Narberth, Gladwyne, Wynnewood, Ardmore, Haverford, Bryn Mawr, Rosemont, Villanova, St. David’s, Radnor, Wayne, Strafford, Devon, Berwyn, and Paoli) and the communities of Newtown Square, Malvern, Valley Forge, and Phoenixville. The counties covered include Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, and Northampton—whose county seats are, respectively, in Reading, Doylestown, West Chester, Media, Lancaster, Allentown, Stroudsburg, Norristown, and Easton.

The firm’s civil appeals practice is throughout Pennsylvania.

Honors, Awards and Published Works

See list of honors, awards and published works by PA family lawyer, Kathleen Vetrano.

Kate Vetrano Honors and Awards

Best Lawyers in America, 2009-2022
Martindale-Hubbell BV Distinguished Lawyer, 2007-2022
Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, 2008-2021
Main Line Today Top Lawyer – 2017, 2018, 2020
Suburban Life/Philadelphia Life Magazine – Top Attorney, 2016, 2017, 2020

Kate Vetrano Published Works

Ethical Considerations for the Practice of Collaborative Law, Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, January 2005

A Guide to Legal Issues for Pennsylvania Senior Citizens, Pennsylvania Bar Association, 2004

Common Law Marriage- Abolished?, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Fall 2003

Pennsylvania Uniform Transfer to Minor Act, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Spring 2002

Approaching the Golden Years With No Band of Gold, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Fall, 2001 PA family lawyer

Suddenly Single Seniors, Main Line Today, August 2001 Stock Option Valuation and Distribution in Divorce, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Summer, 2001

Is the Marriage Really Over?, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Spring 2001

Changes in Support Collection, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Winter 2000

Border Crossing, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Fall 2000

Collaborative Divorce Comes to Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Summer 2000

Social Security in Family Law, Pennsylvania Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Practice Section News, Family Law Report, Spring 2000

Settlement Negotiation: Honing the Family Lawyer’s Powers of Persuasion, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, May 1999

The Role of Social Security in Divorce, Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, December 1998

Divorce Law Summary, PaLAWnet.com, A Ready Law, Legal Communications, Inc. (Web site article), March 1997

The Four-Way Meeting. Joy of Settlement: The Family Lawyer’s Guide to Effective Negotiations and Settlement Strategies, Gregg Herman, Editor. Chapter 19, ABA FLS Publication, February 1997

Book review: Illuminating Social Security, Family Advocate, Vol. 19 No.2, Fall 1996

Using Four Way Meetings in Divorce Cases, The Practical Lawyer, Vol. 42 No. 6, September 1996

Practice Pointers: A Custody Battle, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, 19 PLW 900, July 8, 1996

Book review: The Family Law Practitioner’s GUIDE TO SOCIAL SECURITY, American Journal of Family Law, Vol. 10 No. 2, Summer 1996

Think Social Security in Domestic Support Cases, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, 18 PLW 1153, September 18, 1995

Book review: The Good Divorce: Keeping Your Family Together When Your Marriage Comes Apart, FAIRSHARE, Vol. 15 No. 6, June 1995

Controlling Behavior Through Divorce Penalties in a Prenuptial?, FAIRSHARE, Vol. 15 No. 4, April 1995

The Good Divorce: An Attainable Goal, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, Vol. XVIII No. 6, February 6, 1995

Elder Law and Divorce, PBA Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, Vol. XVI No. 5, December 1994

Educational Support Statute Unconstitutional, Divorced and Intact Families Treated Differently under Blue, Co-Author with Julia Malloy-Good, Pennsylvania Law Journal, Vol. XVII No. 7, February 14, 1994

Building Blocks for Children’s Health Insurance: Changes to State, Federal Law Target Gaps in Medical Care During Family’s Breakup, Pennsylvania Law Journal, Vol. XVII No. 2, January 10, 1994

Spousal Wavier of Pension Premaritally and upon Divorce, FAIRSHARE, Vol. 13 No. 9, September 1993

Lawyers, Proceed with Care: Prenuptial Agreements Do Not Avoid ERISA Rules, Pennsylvania Law Journal, Vol. XVI No. 35, September 13, 1993

A House Divided: Divorce Over 50 is on the Rise, AARP The Magazine, Elizabeth Enright, July/August 2004

Women Blamed for the Mid-Life Divorce, The Times, Nicholas Wapshott, May 28, 2004 Wayne Attorney Introduces West-Coast Style of Divorce to Older Couples, The Suburban and Wayne Times, May 17, 2001

More Elderly Couples Calling it Quits After Years of Marriage, Daily Local News, Tracy Behringer, March 6, 2001

Rising Divorce Rate for Couples in Golden Years, Main Line Life, February 28, 2001

Retiring the Marriage: Divorce is Becoming More Common in the ‘Golden Years’, Main Line Times, Bill Marshall, February 15, 2001

Feeling the 50-Year Itch: Seniors aren’t Waiting Around for Death to do Them Part, Newsweek, Karen Springen, December 4, 2000

Older Divorce Clients Offer Unique Challenges, Wisconsin Opinions, Jane Pribek, September 1, 1999

Caught in the Net, The Pennsylvania Lawyer, September/October 1998

Lawyers in Love: Suburban Couples Work Together – And Stay Together, The Legal Intelligencer, Miryam Strassberg, Vol. 2 No. 13, March 26, 1997

Inns of Court: Ancient Idea Becomes a New Way to Learn and Network, The Legal Intelligencer, July 24, 1996

New Bill Would En No-Fault Divorce, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, Mary Ellen Fox, May 13, 1996

Elder Law Committee Reaches Out to Seniors, The Legal Intelligencer, Montgomery Bar Page 1450, March 1, 1996

The Graying of the Law, American Bar Association Journal, Jill Schachner Chanen, January 1996

Prenuptial Agreements Invalid Under Federal Law, Lawyers Weekly USA, James L. Dam, September 25, 1995

Clients Seek Prenuptial Protection From Long-Term Care Expenses, Serving Elderly Clients: A Practitioner’s Guide to Issues of Aging, Vol. 2, Issue 1, May 1995

Retiree’s Health Benefits May be Marital Asset at Divorce, Lawyers Weekly USA, James L. Dam, April 10, 1995

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Professional Associations and Memberships

See list of professional associations and memberships.

Publications Development Board for American Bar Association Family Law Section, 2017

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers- PA, 2006 – Present Member, Board of Examiners

International Academy of Family Lawyers,

2004 – Present

Fellow

Pennsylvania Bar Institute, 1999 – Present
Family Law, Advisory Committee

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 1998 – Present
Fellow Program Committee

American Bar Association, Family Law Section, 1994 – 2006
Chair, Elder Law Committee philadelphia family lawyer
American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, PA, 2004 – 2005 Chair, Elder Law Committee

Montgomery Bar Association, 2004
Co-chair, Alternate Dispute Committee

American Bar Association, Family Law Section, 1998 – 2001
Council

Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court, 1998
Counselor

Montgomery Bar Association, 1998
Director, Executive Committee

Montgomery Bar Association, 1998
Board of Directors

Southeastern Pennsylvania Family Law Council, 1997 – 1998
Director

American Bar Association, Family Law Section, 1997 – 1998
Co-chair, Cohabitation Committee

American Bar Association, Family Law Section, 1997 – 1998
Program Committee

Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court, 1997 – 1998
Founding Member, President

Montgomery Bar Association, 1997 – 1998
Co-Chair, Family Law Committee

Legal Affairs of Older Persons of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, 1996 – 1998
Vice Chair of the Committee

Montgomery Bar Association, 1996
Co-chair Committee, Family Law Committee

Montgomery Bar Association, 1996
Co-Chair, Family Law Committee

Montgomery Bar Association, 1995
Co-Chair, Family Law Committee

Montgomery Bar Association, 1995
Co-Chair, Elder Law Committee

Montgomery Bar Association, 1996
Co-Chair, Elder Law Committee

Golden V/I/Ps Senior Citizen Organization, 1994 – 1995
Board of Advisors

Doris Jonas Freed, American Inn of Court (Family Law), 1994
Executive Director

Doris Jonas Freed, American Inn of Court (Family Law), 1995
Executive Director

Doris Jonas Freed, American Inn of Court (Family Law), 1996
Executive Director

Montgomery Bar Association, 1993
Chair, Sub-Committee, Family Law Committee

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Member

International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Member

American Bar Association, Family Law Section

Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section

Montgomery Bar Association, Family Law Section

International Academy of Collaborative Lawyers

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 2008 – Present
Certified Arbitrator

American Institute of Family Law Attorneys – Selected as a family law “10 Best” Attorney in PA

To find out more about Kate Vetrano’s memberships and associations as a Philadelphia family lawyer please contact us.

Classes/Seminars Taught

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As a Pennsylvania family lawyer Kathleen Vetrano has spoken at many classes and seminars.

Speaker at ABA 2018 Fall CLE Conference, October 2018

Speaker on Panel of Make Divorce Healthier Symposium 2018, April 2018

Course planner and speaker for the PA Bar Institute (PBI) on Premarital Agreements, June 2017

Moderated the Marital Torts Panel at the American Bar Association Fall Family Law Section Conference, October 2016

Speaker at Montgomery Bar Association’s Women in the Law Committee, February 2016

Speaker/Producer, Prenuptial Agreements, Pennsylvania Bar Institute CLE Program, 2015

Speaker, Law Management Issues, Montgomery Bar Association CLE Program, 2014

Speaker/Producer, Premarital Agreements, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, PA 2010

Speaker/Moderator, The Third Annual Judge Dickman Seminar for Family Lawyers, Family Law Section, Montgomery Bar Association, Norristown, PA 2010

Speaker/Producer, Language: Engagement to Closing, Family Law Section, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Hershey, PA, 2010

Speaker, The Agreement is Signed…Is There Any Way Out: Rescission of Marital Settlement Agreements, Family Law Section, American Bar Association, Montreal, Canada 2009

Speaker, Divorce Over Fifty, Family Law Section, Philadelphia Bar Association, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
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Speaker/Producer, The Second Season: Issues for Divorce over Fifty, Philadelphia and Mechanicsburg, PA, 2008

Producer, A Practical Approach to Premarital Agreements, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia PA, 2008

Speaker, Collaborative Family Law, Montgomery Bar Association, Norristown, PA, 2008

Speaker, Author – Internet Risks and Resources for the Family Lawyer, Cambridge, MD, 2007

Producer, Alimony and Retirement: A Crossroad, American Bar Association. Monterey, CA., 2007

Speaker, Practicum. Tax Issues in Divorce, Montgomery Bar Association. Norristown, PA, 2006

Speaker, Trainer of Lawyers, Accountants, and Psychologists in the Collaborative Law Process for Divorce, Collaborative Family Law Affiliates. Philadelphia, PA., 2006

Speaker, The Second Season: Spending the Gold in the Golden Years, American Bar Association. Santa Fe, NM, 2006

Speaker, Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Mechanicsburg, PA, A Family of Laws for the Family Lawyer, 2006

Speaker, Family Law Section. When the Retirement Parachute Fails, American Bar Association. Washington D.C., 2006

Speaker, Family Law Section. The Retirement Nightmare: Guardianship in America, American Bar Association. San Diego, CA., 2005

Speaker, Family Law Potpourri, Landmines in ERISA Regarding Survivor/Spousal Benefits., Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Philadelphia, PA., 2005

Speaker, Collaborative Relationships Among Counselors, Psychologists and Advocates., Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Philadelphia, PA. ADR Institute., 2005

Speaker, The Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Law Matters., Mealey-Lexis. Mealeya Family Law Conference. Philadelphia, PA., 2005

Speaker, Landmines in ERISA Regarding Survivor Benefits., Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section. Hershey, PA., 2005

Speaker, From Start to Finish: Planning the Best Outcome in Your Family Law Case., Montgomery Bar Association, Family Law Section. Norristown, PA., 2004

Speaker, Trainer of lawyers and psychologists in the collaborative law process for divorce., Collaborative Family Law Affiliates. Strafford, PA., 2004

Speaker, Family Law Issues Arising in Your Elder Law Practice, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Elder Law Institute, Harrisburg PA, 2004

Speaker, Family Law Section, San Juan Puerto Rico, Approaching the Golden Years with No Band of Gold, Family Business Distribution Issues and Solutions, American Bar Association, 2004

Speaker, Ethics Potpourri, Collaborative Law, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, PA., 2003

Speaker, Instructor for training program for Collaborative Lawyers., Collaborative Family Law Affiliates. Devon, PA., 2003

Speaker, Family Law Issues Arising in Your Elder Law Practice, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Elder Law Institute, Harrisburg, PA., 2003

Speaker, The Changing Tides in Valuation Practices and Property Distribution, American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Las Vegas, Nevada., 2003

Speaker, Death of a Client, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section, Montreal, Canada, 2002

Speaker, Producer of Committee CLE, American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Providence, Rhode Island., 2002

Co-producer and speaker. A Practical Approach to Prenuptial Agreements: Negotiating and Drafting Techniques, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, PA., 2001

Speaker, Family Law Potpourri (Discovery), Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, PA., 2001

Speaker, Update on Elder Law Issues in Family Law, Montgomery Bar Association, 2001

Speaker, Producer of 12 hours of Committee CLE on various topics. Vancouver, Canada., American Bar Association- Family Law Section., 2001

Speaker, Co-producer/moderator. Tampa, Florida. Approaching the Golden Years with No Band of Gold., American Bar Association- Family Law Section., 2000

Speaker, Technology for the Family Lawyer, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, PA., 2000

Producer/Speaker. Did You Get Your Deal? Enforcement and Security Issues, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia., 2000

Speaker, Author. Whose Divorce Is It Anyway? A Multi-Generational Look at Elder Divorce., American Bar Association Presidential Showcase Program Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 1999

Speaker. Author. Divorce and Elder Law: Looking to the Future., Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section, New York, NY., 1999

Speaker. Author. Settlement Negotiations: Honing the Family Lawyer Powers of Persuasion., Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, PA., 1999

Speaker, Co-producer. Collaborative Divorce, American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Miami, FL., 1999

Speaker, Co-Producer. Settlement Negotiations, American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Portland, OR., 1998

Speaker, Co-Producer. Course Planner. Legal, Social, & Economic Issues Facing Dependent Spouses at the Turn of the Century., American Bar Association, Family Law Section. Cambridge, MA., 1998

Speaker, The Fundamentals of Family Law., Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, PA., 1998

Speaker, Course Planner. Speaker. Author. Divorce Remarriage and Cohabitation., Pennsylvania Bar Institute First Annual Elder Law Institute, Philadelphia, PA., 1998

Speaker, Author. ED and Retirement Planning: Social Security Benefits., Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia and Mechanicsburg, PA., 1997

Speaker, Mondschein Talks Divorce. Guest speaker. Elder Law and Divorce., Radio program, Bethlehem, PA., 1997

Speaker, Co-Producer. Course Planner. Emotional Warfare: Dealing with Abuse in Divorce, American Bar Association Family Law Section, Phoenix, AZ., 1997

Speaker, Course Planner. Author. Speaker. Tax Consequences of Retirement Benefit Distributions., Chester County Bench Bar Annual Meeting, Annapolis, MD., 1997

Speaker, Alimony: Avoiding the Perils of Poverty., American Bar Association Family Law Section, San Francisco, CA., 1997

Speaker, Producer. Course Planner. Moderator. Tax Consequences of Retirement Benefits., American Bar Association Family Law Section, San Francisco, CA., 1997

Speaker, Author. Course Planner. Cohabiting Couples: Safeguarding Interests and Assets., Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section, Baltimore, MD., 1997

Speaker, Co-Producer. Fractured Families, Fragmented Courts, Pennsylvania Bar Association Annual Meeting. Commission on Women in the Profession, 1997

Speaker, The Fundamentals of Family Law., Pennsylvania Bar Institute, King of Prussia, PA., 1997

Speaker, Author. Exit Advice and Procedures: Closing the File., Bucks County Family Law Committee, Doylestown, PA., 1997

Speaker, Author. Post Divorce Planning: The Exit., Chester County Bar Association Family Law Section, West Chester, PA., 1996

Speaker, Author. Cohabitation in the Nineties., American Bar Association Family Law Section, Washington, D.C., 1996

Speaker, Author. Exit Advice and Procedures: Closing the File., Montgomery Bar Association Family Law Committee, Norristown, PA., 1996

Speaker, Fundamentals of Family Law., Pennsylvania Bar Institute. King of Prussia, PA., 1996

Speaker, Confidentiality: Children and Adolescents, Legal Perspectives., Regional Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Colloquium, Philadelphia, PA., 1996

Course Planner. Author. Speaker. Exit Advice and Procedures: Closing the File., Pennsylvania Bar Institute. The First Annual Family Law Institute, Philadelphia, PA., 1996

Course planner. Moderator. Divorce and the Aging Family., Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section. Harrisburg, PA, 1996

Speaker. Author. The Aging Family., American Bar Association National Telephone Seminar., 1995

Speaker, Women and Social Security., Montgomery Bar Association Elder Law Committee. Norristown, PA., 1995

Speaker, Co chair, course planner and moderator., Montgomery Bar Association Family Law Practicum Norristown, PA., 1995

Speaker, Author. Some Elder Law Concerns in Your Divorce Practice., Chester County Bench Bar Conference- Annapolis, MD. Course Planner., 1995

Speaker, Co-Producer. Course Planner. Moderator. The Aging Family: Marital Status Issues for the Older Client., American Bar Association Family Law Section, Beaver Creek, CO., 1995

Workshop Planner. Speaker. Author. Gender Bias., Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section, Williamsburg, VA., 1995

Speaker. Author. Course Planner. The Elder Care Lawyer: A New Specialist Who Combines New and Traditional Areas of Practice., Pennsylvania Bar Association Annual Meeting, Hershey, PA., 1995

Course Planner. Speaker. Author. Divorcing the Elderly., Pennsylvania Bar Institute Philadelphia, Harrisburg & West Chester, PA., 1995

Lecturer, Course on Marriage, Villanova University Guest, 1994

Workshop Planner. Speaker. Author. Elder Law and Divorce., American Bar Association Family Law Section. Albuquerque, NM., 1994

Speaker, Author. When Does a Lawyer Decide to Ask for a Child Psychiatric Consultation?, Child and Law Study Group of the Regional Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Philadelphia, PA., 1994

Speaker, The Fundamentals of Family Law., Pennsylvania Bar Institute Philadelphia, PA., 1994

Speaker. Author. Qualified Medical Child Support Orders., Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section Pittsburgh, PA., 1994

Speaker. Author. Fundamentals of Family Law, A Practical Review and Update, A to Z on Qualified Medical Child Support Orders., Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Philadelphia, PA., 1993

Speaker. Author. Effect Of Releases And Waivers In Prenuptial Agreements Of Qualified Plans Under ERISA Rules., Family Law Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association, Norristown, PA., 1993

Speaker. Author. Considerations When Representing The Older Woman In Divorce., Practicum of the Family Law Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association. Norristown, PA., 1993

Speaker, Author: Employer Benefits Workshop. Qualified Medical Child Support Orders & ERISA Preemption of Prenupts., Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section. Toronto, Ontario., 1993

Speaker, Author. ERISA: How Will It Affect Health Care Reform., Symposium of the Womens Way Organization Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies, Harrisburg, PA., 1993

To find out more about Kate Vetrano’s many speaking engagements as a Pennsylvania family lawyer please contact us.

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