Pollock Begg’s Family Law Attorneys Return to Super Lawyers, Rising Stars Rankings for 2021

May 26, 2021 | Press Releases

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PITTSBURGH — Acknowledged throughout the legal community as leaders in matrimonial law, Pittsburgh family law attorneys at Pollock Begg have again earned places on the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, Pennsylvania Rising Stars and Super Lawyers Top 50 lists for 2021. Pollock Begg leadership has maintained space on these selective listings since 2004, a testament to the firm’s commitment to high professional achievement. Each year, no more than 5% of the lawyers in […]

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Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney Morgan M. Bonekovic Joins Pollock Begg

April 14, 2021 | Press Releases

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PITTSBURGH — Pollock Begg is pleased to announce the addition of Morgan M. Bonekovic as an associate attorney with a comprehensive family law practice that includes divorce, equitable distribution, support, custody and protection from abuse cases. Bonekovic joins Pollock Begg after developing her family law practice at a law firm located in Southpointe. She served as law clerk for the Honorable Brandon P. Neuman and as the PFA coordinator and […]

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Pollock Begg Partner Brian C. Vertz Addresses Financial Implications of COVID-19 in New Edition of ‘Divorce Taxation’

March 31, 2021 | Divorce, Press Releases, Tax Issues

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PITTSBURGH — Can Paycheck Protection Program funds impact your divorce settlement? Pollock Begg Partner Brian C. Vertz, co-author of “Divorce Taxation,” updated the legal reference book for 2021 to answer such timely questions and provide new information for a post-COVID world. In addition to explaining tax issues arising frequently in family law settlements and litigation, the 19th edition of “Divorce Taxation” details the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Security Act (CARES […]

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What Type of Support Can I Expect to Pay for my Adult Special Needs Child?

March 25, 2021 | Blog, Child Support

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When there are special needs children involved in a divorce, planning is essential to ensure kids with unique needs will have adequate financial support as adults. Child support normally terminates when a child turns 18 or graduates from high school. In cases where a child has special needs, however, child support may continue after the age of 18 by a showing the child has a mental or physical condition that […]

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