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Divorce Services

Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC is a top-rated law firm with outstanding divorce lawyers practicing divorce and family law in King of Prussia and serving clients in Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Philadelphia and surrounding counties in Pennsylvania. The family lawyers at Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC understand that divorce is not solely the legal dissolution of a marriage, but also a psychological uncoupling. Our divorce attorneys know that the time it takes to “process” the psychological aspect of a divorce differs from person to person. Contact us for an understanding consultation about your divorce plans or concerns, and learn about the divorce services available to you.

Our Experienced Legal Team Can Help You Achieve a Positive Outcome in Your Divorce

We guide you through the divorce process and help you achieve the best possible result for you and your family. If your divorce involves children, be assured we have extensive experience with child custody, visitation, and child support matters. Our attorneys are well respected by judges serving Montgomery County, Chester County and the Philadelphia area. Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC has over 40 years of experience in helping couples navigate the challenges of getting a divorce, child custody and visitation, division of marital assets, gray divorce (later in life)  and more.

Alimony and Support

Collaborative Divorce

Arbitration in Divorce

Complex Divorce

Gray Divorce Later in Life

Post Divorce Modifications

Property Division

Retirement Benefits

These Divorce Services Address Specific Challenges

Divorce Involving Children

When children are involved, our attorneys take a family-centric approach to the divorce. We strive to create child custody and visitation arrangements that address the children’s needs and preserve the children’s relationships with each parent. Our family law attorneys offer several methods to establish suitable arrangements, including mediation, collaborative law and the arbitration process. We also advise you on the consequences of decisions you make about your children. For example: Which parent can claim the dependency exemption for annual income tax filing? How often can you see the children? How should holidays be divided? How does the custody arrangement affect child support?

Complicated Division of Marital Assets

We have extensive experience identifying and valuing all of the potential assets of a marital estate including: businesses, shares of stock, stock options, limited partnerships, private equity holdings, real estate investments, employee benefits, retirement benefits (qualified and nonqualified), retiree health benefits, royalties, foreign bank accounts, trusts, and offshore accounts. Our attorneys take into account the assets’ tax aspects for a fair distribution between the spouses. We have a network of other professionals to assist us in valuing these assets and considering the tax implications. Also, many of our clients have lived in other countries, including Belgium, Brazil, France, Greece, India, Iraq, Italy, Lebanon, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Syria and the United Kingdom.

Planning for Long-Term Financial Consequences of Divorce

For the divorcing couple, our approach also means consideration of long-range issues including: property distribution, health insurance, retirement benefits, alimony, and social security. To promote effective negotiation between divorcing spouses, we often arrange “four-way meetings” among the spouses and attorneys. In this way, an agreement is reached after each person has been heard. Often, time-consuming and expensive litigation can be avoided. As lives change following a divorce, we also assist clients in addressing modifications to existing support orders or custody arrangements.

Assisting Cohabiting Couples, Same-Sex Partners

Our divorce and family lawyers also assist cohabiting couples and same-sex partners in determining property rights, contributions to household expenses, and whether a common law marriage exists (according to the law of Pennsylvania or of any other pertinent state or country). In addition, we prepare cohabitation agreements that define rights in the event of a separation.

Contact Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman for Exceptional Divorce Services In Pennsylvania

When facing the prospect of spending thousands of dollars to hire a lawyer to represent them in cases of legal separation, divorce filing or other specific divorce issues, Pennsylvania residents want to find the right lawyer.  Contact our divorce and family law attorneys for a worthwhile consultation on our divorce services.

Vetrano Vetrano & Feinman Attorneys Tony Vetrano, Lindsay Childs, Sarinia Feinman, Kate Vetrano and Donna Marcus

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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 how we can help protect your rights and interests in a complex divorce, contact the Pennsylvania divorce attorneys at Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman LLC.