David Ladov and Stephanie Winegrad Quoted in the Jewish Exponent
Family law partners David Ladov and Stephanie Winegrad were quoted in “Family Law Gets Complicated in a Crisis,” an article by Sophie Panzer, published in The Jewish Exponent on August 13, 2020. David and Stephanie discuss the connection between the COVID-19 crisis and the increased divorce rates.
David is a partner and chair of the Family Law Practice Group where he concentrates his practice in all areas of domestic relations, including divorce, custody, child support, equitable distribution, and abuse. David has 40 years of experience in family law matters, primarily in the five-county region of Eastern Pennsylvania. As a highly skilled and respected divorce attorney, he has extensive experience in handling complex equitable distribution matters, custody cases for both mothers and fathers, including relocation, child, and spousal support cases for high-wealth families, and protection from abuse matters for abused children and wives.
Stephanie is a partner in the firm’s Family Law practice group, and has more than 20 years of experience in family law matters. As a highly skilled and supportive family law attorney, she concentrates her practice in all areas, including divorce, child custody, child support and spousal support, alimony, equitable distribution of marital property, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and protection from abuse matters. Stephanie has experience with high conflict custody cases as well as complex financial matters. She has represented many professionals and business owners with a high net worth, as well as dependent spouses who have been out of the work force for many years. Stephanie has also represented clients with addictions as well the spouse or partner of clients with addictions.