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Family Law Partner Michael Bertin to Deliver PBI Course on High-Income Child Support Post-Hanrahan

This Friday, September 14, Michael E. Bertin, Esq.--the father's attorney in the Hanrahan case--will analyze and guide legal practitioners through the required presentation and multitude of legal issues facing a family trial attorney in the wake of the Hanrahan v. Bakker case, at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.   Topics to be discussed: High ...

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Obermayer's Family Law Attorney Michael Bertin is featured in Philadelphia magazine’s annual “Makers of the Main Line”

Obermayer's Family Law attorney Michael Bertin is featured in Philadelphia magazine’s annual “Makers of the Main Line.”  This is an annual feature on the influential leaders who are making their mark on the Main Line.

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Assisted Reproductive Technology: Who Gets Custody of Embryos?

Dealing with infertility and assisted reproductive technology is overwhelming.  Learning the acronyms (IUI, ART, IVF, ICSI) alone can seem daunting. Then there is the anxiety and fear that come along with the regular testing and attempted cycles.  There is the emotion that accompanies the desire for a child.  The women start to feel like t...

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Reasonable Needs Now to Be Considered in High-Income Child Support Cases

The recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court case of Hanrahan v. Bakker, 186 A.3d 958 (Pa. 2018), a unanimous decision, and a case of first impression, changes the application of the high-income child support guidelines in Pennsylvania. Child support in Pennsylvania is governed by a statute and guidelines contained in the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Proc...

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Obermayer Attorneys Selected Best Lawyers in America

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – August 15, 2018 – Obermayer is pleased to announce that nine of our attorneys were selected for inclusion in the recently released 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, regarded as a definitive guide to legal excellence in the region.   Obermayer’s selected Best Lawyers and their respective areas of prac...

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Hillary Moonay Elected Treasurer of Family Law Section of PA Bar Association

Doylestown, Pennsylvania – August 15, 2018 – Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner Hillary J. Moonay was elected to the officer position of Treasurer of the Family Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. She has been actively involved in numerous professional associations, including the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family ...

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Second Tuesday Divorce Workshop (August 14, 2018)

Second Tuesday is a nationally renowned, award winning, interactive workshop that has helped thousands of women since 1989. We provide a safe place to speak with other women experiencing similar life changes. Legal Issues Presented by Shari B. Veisblatt, Esq. The divorce process and legal fees Protecting yourself legally and financially ...

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Second Tuesday Divorce Workshop (July 10, 2018)

Second Tuesday is a nationally renowned, award winning, interactive workshop that has helped thousands of women since 1989. We provide a safe place to speak with other women experiencing similar life changes. Legal IssuesPresented by Shari B. Veisblatt, Esq. The divorce process and legal fees Protecting yourself legally and financially Ch...

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Obermayer Welcomes Hillary Moonay Back as Equity Partner

108 N. Main Street, Suite 201 Doylestown, PA 18901-4640 Phone (215) 665-3000     Doylestown, Pa – July 5, 2018 – Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP is welcoming back attorney Hillary Moonay.  Moonay—who began her career at Obermayer as a summer associate — returns as an equity partner.  Her arrival expands the firm’s family...

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New Child Custody Law Opens Door a Bit for Grandparents, Third Parties

On July 4, a change to the child custody laws in Pennsylvania is set to impact standing for grandparents and third parties. Historically, grandparents have been given an elevated status with regard to child custody matters. Normally, only parents or people acting as parents (in loco parentis) are individuals who may seek custody of a child. Howeve...

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