Yearly Archives: 2014

Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz Hires Two New Divorce Attorneys

October 23, 2014 | Press Releases

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PITTSBURGH — Downtown family law firm Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC adds two new associates, Allison R. Levinson and Andrew P. Griffin, to its talented team. Levinson received her juris doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.  While at Pitt Law she won two prestigious CALI Excellence for the Future awards. Most recently, Levinson served as a law clerk to the Honorable Donald R. Walko Jr., in […]

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Vertz Advances Issues of Families and Children Facing Divorce

October 09, 2014 | In the News

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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette recently took notice of Pollock Begg Partner Brian C. Vertz for his advocacy on behalf of children and families facing divorce. Brian is currently on track to ascend to the position of president of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Brian’s involvement in the AAML compliments the family law firm’s dedication to sharing knowledge and understanding of matrimonial law within the legal community. […]

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Family Law Attorney David Pollock Re-elected Treasurer of AAML Pennsylvania Chapter

September 23, 2014 | Press Releases

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Pollock Begg partner celebrates his eighth year on the board PITTSBURGH — Divorce attorney David S. Pollock, partner of family law firm Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC, continues his tenure as treasurer of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML).  Pollock was re-elected treasurer, a post he has held since 2006, at the July meeting. The AAML advocates policies that promote the rights of children […]

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Father Reasonably Withheld Support for College Tuition

September 14, 2014 | Blog, Child Support, Court Decisions

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Parents who are divorcing in Pennsylvania often express willingness to pay for their children’s college tuition when the time should come.  Some parents even put their commitment in writing. Yet, as this case demonstrates, circumstances may change from the time of the divorce settlement to the time when children matriculate in college, and an effective agreement will anticipate those changes.  The Superior Court of Pennsylvania examined one of those agreements […]

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