Stephanie L. Jablon is a partner at Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC. She works aggressively on behalf of her clients to amicably resolve equitable distribution, support, custody and protection from abuse cases. With an aptitude for swift resolution, Stephanie zealously represents her clients while litigating with compassion, always conscious of how to best reach favorable results.
Stephanie began her legal career as the law clerk to the Honorable Robert G. Bigham of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams County, Pennsylvania, where she concentrated in family law issues. She also previously worked with Edward Weintraub & Associates in Harrisburg, concentrating in family law matters.
Stephanie remains active in professional organizations that further her law career and advance her knowledge of legal issues. Stephanie is a member of the Family Law sections of the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County bar associations and Allegheny County Matrimonial Inns of Court. She was named to the list of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Stars every year from 2010 through 2013. With a dual certification in mediation and collaborative law, Stephanie is also an executive committee member of the Collaborative Law Association of Southwest Pennsylvania, where she serves as co-chair of the Social Committee. She is also a charter member of the ACBA Toastmasters Club, where she served as vice president of public relations, a member of the Women’s Bar Association, serving on the Continuing Legal Education Committee and co-chair of the Allegheny County Bar Association Family Law Section Children’s Issues Sub-Committee.
Stephanie has been a case note author for Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, presented at continuing legal education workshops and lectured at PBA.
Stephanie is a 1997 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University. She attended Widener University School of Law and obtained her Juris Doctor in 2000. While attending Widener, she was a member of the Student Bar Association and Civil Law Clinic. Stephanie was admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania in May 2001.