Category: Divorce

How Do I Determine Our Joint Versus Separate Assets?

Pittsburgh divorce attorney Daniel H. Glasser discusses marital assets and shares tips on how to keep items out of the marital pot. There are exceptions. Make sure you are prepared and have a qualified team of family lawyers who can work closely with experts and financial professionals to determine you get an appropriate division. Contact our family law firm to discuss your financial situation. To read more about Pollock Begg founding […]

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What Happens to Our Business When We Divorce?

May 19, 2020 | Attorney Videos, Blog, Business Valuation, Divorce

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Pittsburgh divorce attorney Daniel H. Glasser of Pollock Begg explains business valuation in the context of a divorce. If you and your divorcing spouse are co-owners in a business, contact our law firm to make sure you take the necessary steps in protecting and dividing your business. A formidable litigator in the court room with more than two decades of experience, Dan focuses his practice on high net worth cases […]

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Pittsburgh Divorce Attorneys Discuss Process of Divorce During COVID-19 Pandemic

April 27, 2020 | Blog, COVID-19, Divorce, In the News

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COVID-19 may have shuttered the courts but divorces are still proceeding, just differently. There’s more to consider, more to weigh in on and a matrimonial lawyer is needed to explain these complicated intricacies. An article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s business section on Sunday, April 26, examined the issue of marital separation during the current COVID-19 pandemic and interviewed several high-profile Pittsburgh family law attorneys. Pollock Begg Partner Candice L. Komar […]

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Who Gets the Ring When the Engagement Is Called Off?

November 17, 2018 | Blog, Court Decisions, Divorce, Prenuptial Agreements

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As the holidays approach for many, it is a time of planning for an engagement. Holiday engagements frequently are rather public affairs with a profession of love and a request for commitment to marriage in front of family and friends. And of course the ring is fit for the occasion — extravagant, sparkly and beautiful. What happens, however, if down the road the couple does not get married?  Who gets […]

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