Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section Donates To Feeding PA
The Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section recently made a donation to Feeding Pennsylvania to support its member food banks as they continue to face increased demand as a result of COVID-19. The donation will be distributed amongst Feeding PA’s nine-member food banks who serve all 67 counties across the commonwealth. Obermayer partner and immediate past-Chair of the PBA Family Law Section Michael E. Bertin stated:
“The Family Law Section felt that it was important to support Feeding Pennsylvania for its work in assisting food banks secure food and other resources to reduce hunger and food insecurity in communities across the state. With high unemployment rates, the effects of this pandemic are still being felt in many communities which is what moved us to make this donation to help feed hungry families.”
Read more about the PBA’s effort to combat hunger in PA due to the pandemic here.
Michael is a family law attorney who focuses his practice on the negotiation and litigation of domestic relations cases, including divorce, custody, support, alimony, property distribution, prenuptial agreements and related issues. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers and has published over one hundred articles. Michael co-authored the book on Pennsylvania child custody law “Pennsylvania Child Custody Law, Practice, and Procedure”, used by judges and lawyers across the state as a reference. Michael is the immediate past-Chair of the Family Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and is a member of the Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission Domestic Relations Advisory Committee. Michael also serves as chair of Obermayer’s Pro Bono Committee.