Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney David Pollock Comments on Magistrate District Judge Candidates

May 11, 2017 | In the News

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Pittsburgh family law attorney David S. Pollock, a founding partner of Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC, was sourced for his insight about the candidates competing in the Democratic primary in District 05-2-35 (the 7th and 14th wards) for magisterial district judge in a recent article in The Jewish Chronicle. A decorated and respected attorney in Pittsburgh, Pollock has practiced family law for more than four decades focusing on […]

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Support Staff at Pittsburgh Family Law Firm Celebrate Administrative Professionals Day

April 27, 2017 | Community

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The dedicated support staff at our downtown Pittsburgh family law firm received a well-deserved break earlier this week. On Tuesday, April 25, in honor of Administrative Professionals Day, they enjoyed an afternoon at the newly opened City Works Eatery in Market Square. The establishment just opened in March and as reported by our team has a great atmosphere and wonderful food.   It’s not often our administrative team gets a […]

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Divorce Mediation Topics

March 31, 2017 | Blog, Collaborative Law, Divorce

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For many couples, the divorce process is extremely challenging, from both a financial and emotional perspective — there may be a great deal of tension between the couple regarding the divorce itself, and the high-conflict atmosphere introduced by some attorneys can lead to the provision of legal assistance that is not actually constructive for either party. Fortunately, since the introduction of no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania (married couples have the option […]

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Establishing Paternity

March 24, 2017 | Blog, Child Custody

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In Pennsylvania — just like the rest of the country — it is not uncommon for unmarried couples to have and raise children together, and for the most part, this arrangement will not lead to excessive legal friction until the couple decides to “split up.”  Fundamentally, the issue in Pennsylvania is that when an unmarried couple has a child together, paternity is not automatically established.  The father’s name is not […]

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