Who Gets the Ring When the Engagement Is Called Off?

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

Icon for author Candice Komar Candice Komar

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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Pittsburgh Family Law Firm Pollock Begg Celebrates Listing in U.S. News Best Law Firms Directory

November 02, 2018 | Press Releases

Icon for author Ideality Communications Ideality Communications

PITTSBURGH — For the ninth year in a row, Pittsburgh family law firm Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC receives recognition as a Tier One Best Law Firms recipient in the area of family law, according to rankings released by U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers for 2019. Pollock Begg has been included on this list every year since U.S. News commenced rankings in 2010. This designation recognizes a combination […]

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Pittsburgh Family Law Firm Pollock Begg Welcomes Ashley Majorsky

October 11, 2018 | Community

Icon for author Pollock Begg Pollock Begg

We are thrilled to welcome our former law clerk, Pittsburgh family law attorney Ashley M. Majorsky as an official part of our family law team. Ashley recently passed the bar exam and the Pollock Begg crew celebrated with a champagne toast to congratulate our newest associate on this tremendous achievement. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Ashley joined Pollock Begg as a law clerk in 2016. […]

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5 Sets of Documents to Gather Before Filing for Support

October 09, 2018 | Alimony, Blog, Child Support, Spousal Support - APL

Icon for author Joseph Williams Joseph Williams

Separating from your spouse is overwhelming, especially for someone who is financially dependent on their partner. In Pennsylvania, the law allows a parent who exercises primary custody of a minor child or a parent who has shared custody but makes less money than the other party to file for child support. Similarly, while a divorce is pending, the lesser earning spouse might have a claim for spousal support or alimony […]

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