Category: In the News

Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney Lindsay A. Nemit Says Collaborative Lens Can Help Parents See a Brighter Future

January 11, 2023 | Collaborative Law, In the News

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In her family law practice at Pollock Begg and through her involvement in the Collaborative Law Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh divorce attorney Lindsay A. Nemit has seen families reap incredible benefits from the communicative nature of the collaborative divorce process. Collaborative law is an alternative to litigation that allows the parties to focus on values, interests, and priorities they still share. It provides families with children resources to open […]

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Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney Morgan M. Bonekovic Breaks Down Key Takeaways from Tom Brady’s Speedy Divorce

December 20, 2022 | In the News, Prenuptial Agreements

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and super model Gisele Bundchen’s recent divorce seemed to happen at lightning speed. Associate Morgan M. Bonekovic shares insights into how a well-crafted prenuptial agreement likely paved the way for their quick and smooth divorce process in her recent commentary in The Legal Intelligencer. Bonekovic guides clients through divorce, equitable distribution, support, custody and protection from abuse cases. Read her online bio to learn […]

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Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney Megan A. DelVecchio Advises Co-parents to Plan Ahead to Address Educational Decisions

October 17, 2022 | Child Custody, In the News

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When parents share custody but disagree on where their kids should go to school, court intervention may be required. Whether a parent asks the court to choose a school or requests sole legal custody to make educational decisions on behalf of the children, it can take months to resolve the issue. Pollock Begg Associate Megan A. Delvecchio outlines the planning and information needed to navigate the lengthy process without stress […]

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Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney Candice L. Komar Outlines Rewarding Benefits of Collaborative Law … for Attorneys

The collaborative law process is empowering to both clients and attorneys. Discovering ways to break communication barriers and zero in on both parties’ needs and desires in each case is satisfying. What’s not to love about a process that helps clients, but also yields creative and concrete dividends for the collaborative professionals? From teamwork, to snacks with a purpose to watching families begin to heal, collaborative law provides numerous ways […]

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Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney Heather Trostle Smith Says Mediation Protects Privacy in Custody Clashes

June 15, 2022 | In the News, Mediation

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Interior designer and house flipping reality TV star Christina Hall recently took issue when her ex-husband, Ant Anstead, petitioned the court for full custody of their son rather than attempting to resolve co-parenting challenges privately via a mediator. Many couples facing contentious divorce and custody matters can benefit from the privacy and control mediation affords, according to Pollock Begg Partner Heather Trostle Smith. The mediation process guides spouses or parents […]

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Pittsburgh Divorce and Custody Attorney Joseph R. Williams Gives Tips for Splitting Shared Expenses Between Co-Parents

April 20, 2022 | Child Support, In the News

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In a recent article on moms.com, Pittsburgh family law attorney Joseph R. Williams shares suggestions for easily divvying up expenses beyond child support with your child’s other parent. Co-parents can pave the way for a cordial relationship by doing a few simple things to improve communication: Keep documentation of all expenses to avoid miscommunication between parents. Having a paper trail helps avoid conflict. Discuss expenses with your ex prior to […]

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