Family Law Firm Pollock Begg Welcomes Pittsburgh Divorce Attorney Megan A. DelVecchio

October 16, 2020 | Press Releases

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PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh divorce attorney Megan A. DelVecchio joins Pollock Begg as an associate attorney. DelVecchio brings extensive trial experience, specialized training in mediation and skilled negotiation techniques for settling cases collaboratively to her comprehensive family law practice. She joins Pollock Begg’s progressive team of attorneys after solidifying her family law focus working at two Pittsburgh-based law firms, garnering recognition along the way on the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Stars […]

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Pollock Begg Relocation Meets Changing Client Needs and Demands

September 08, 2020 | Community

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Making client comfort its top priority, Pollock Begg recently relocated from its space in the Frick Building to new offices on the 35th floor of 525 William Penn Place. The new office features more than 12,000 square feet of modern, flexible space, affording the firm’s attorneys and support staff greater opportunities for collaboration. “We practice a team-oriented, solutions-focused style of family law which is especially attractive to today’s clients,” said Partner […]

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Pollock Begg Attorneys Rank Among ‘Best Lawyers in America’

August 20, 2020 | Press Releases

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PITTSBURGH — The dynamic legal team at Pollock Begg, a fixture on The Best Lawyers in America lists, celebrates seven of the firm’s 14 family law attorneys clinching places in the 2021 lineup. Partners Todd M. Begg, Daniel H. Glasser, Candice L. Komar, David S. Pollock, Heather Trostle Smith, Brian C. Vertz and Joseph R. Williams were distinguished among the list of practitioners for legal excellence in the area of family law. The Pittsburgh […]

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COVID Focus: Should Family Court Adjust Child Support for Parents Unable to Work Full Time?

June 23, 2020 | Blog, Child Support, COVID-19, Divorce

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Now that many children are being homeschooled due to the COVID crisis, should the family court adjust child support for those parents who are unable to work full time? A recent decision of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania may shed light on that issue. In Deputy v. Deputy, No. 2689 EDA 2019 (April 13, 2020) (nonprecedential), the Superior Court heard a child support appeal in which the parents’ four children […]

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