Legal Practice Areas
Pennsylvania Family Law and Civil Appeals Attorneys
The legal practice areas of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania law firm Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC, in King of Prussia, are family law and civil appeals.
Our family law attorneys are attentive to the emotional, psychological, and financial issues created by a divorce. Our civil appeals lawyer assists trial attorneys by evaluating their chances of success on appeal as well as writing the appellate brief (legal argument).
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Our attorneys assist families in arriving at marital settlement agreements that resolve all the issues encompassed by a divorce. We always encourage our clients to try to obtain an amicable divorce without going to court through the collaborative law process. We help clients understand the impact of the marital estate and how marital property is divided in Pennsylvania. We provide effective and informative assistance with all divorce-related matters ranging from property division to child custody.
Our family attorneys believe that the family lasts forever, even after divorce. We work with clients to conduct family law matters in a way that achieves as much harmony within family relationships as possible after divorce. Our exceptional and compassionate lawyers assist clients in all areas of family law, including pre/post nuptial agreements, child custody cases, child support, gray divorce later in life, and support modifications.
Attorney Anthony J. Vetrano combines his appellate experience with the fresh perspective that is often necessary to bring a successful appeal of a case that was lost at trial. His considerable experience allows him to review the record and assess the merits of an appeal free of the emotion and theories of the trial lawyer and party(ies) who were unsuccessful in the court trial. In short, his view of the case is often much closer to that of the appellate court which will decide the case.
If Mr. Vetrano believes an appeal stands a reasonable chance of success, he will identify those issues he considers material and appealable, and then write a brief (legal argument) that is persuasive.
If your case was important enough to take to trial, it is important enough to be studied by someone acquainted with and sensitive to the particulars of appellate procedure and civil appeals.
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Our experienced family lawyers take the time to fully understand the financial and emotional complexities that can be involved in separating two lives. We offer the patience and resources to effectively guide clients through a divorce, addressing all the challenges they may face in moving forward with their lives. To learn more about our legal practice areas and how we can help protect your rights and interests in a complex divorce, contact the Pennsylvania divorce attorneys at Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC.