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Partner Candice L. Komar Elected Treasurer of Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section

September 10, 2021 | Blog, Community

Icon for author Pollock Begg Pollock Begg

  Congratulations to Partner Candice L. Komar, the newly minted treasurer of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section! Elected to the post at the PBA’s 2021 summer meeting, Candice embraces a new opportunity to continue her stellar record of family law advocacy, mentorship and leadership. This leadership position is a logical progression for Candice who has been active in the Family Law divisions of both the Pennsylvania and Allegheny […]

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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

Icon for author Megan A. DelVecchio Megan A. DelVecchio

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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Chasing Divorce Assets, Part 4

International Tracing

March 08, 2021 | Blog, Equitable Distribution, Marital Property

Icon for author Brian Vertz Brian Vertz

This four-part blog series addresses the sourcing of money and property in divorce proceedings to discover hidden assets and income, distinguish separate property from marital property and enforce or attack prenuptial agreements.  International Tracing Traditional discovery is an essential but incomplete tool when tracing foreign assets and income in connection with a divorce. Divorce lawyers must understand, and explain to clients, that the subpoena power of a U.S. court does […]

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Chasing Divorce Assets, Part 3

Defending and Attacking Prenuptial Agreements

This four-part blog series addresses the sourcing of money and property in divorce proceedings to discover hidden assets and income, distinguish separate property from marital property and enforce or attack prenuptial agreements. Defending and Attacking Prenuptial Agreements If the objective of a prenuptial agreement is to define and protect separate property, an effective one must anticipate and address future opportunities for comingling, transmutation, and retitling separate property. For instance, many […]

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