Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller Family Law Blog

TALENT

The members of the practice are leaders in state and national bar associations and community organizations. They frequently lecture throughout the state and the nation in areas related to family law.

WHO WE ARE

Chair Cheryl Young is a former President of the Montgomery County Bar Association and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Board of Governors. Shareholder Helen Casale is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and is known as an expert on issues that same sex couples face. Shareholder Jerry Shoemaker has recently been named one of the Greater Philadelphia Region’s Ten Leaders in Divorce Law, 45 & Under, by the Ten Leaders Cooperative and is a frequent lecturer on family law topics. Our associates are also extremely experienced and have been recognized as Rising Stars, published on numerous occasions, and lectured in various capacities.

FLEXIBILITY

Our practice group handles all phases of divorce law and our attorneys counsel clients on the most efficient and innovative ways to resolve their disputes.

LOCATION

Our practice reaches out across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Our office is located in Montgomery County where we practice regularly.

We also have extensive experience in counties throughout the region including, but not limited to, Berks, Bucks, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, Northampton, and Philadelphia Counties in Pennsylvania and Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, Mercer, Somerset, Cape May, Ocean, Salem, and Atlantic Counties in New Jersey.

EXPERIENCE

Our focus is to serve our clients’ needs during a trying time in their lives by providing sound legal advice in the most efficient and expeditious way possible. From routine matters to complex litigation, we have a tremendous amount of experience in domestic relations at the trial and appellate court levels. We approach cases, when possible, in a collaborative manner, but are also adept litigators when necessary. In addition, we frequently use alternative dispute resolution methods to resolve matters in the most cost-effective manner.

AND MORE

We understand the sensitive, confidential, and delicate nature of family law disputes. For that reason, one of our deepest concerns is to assure our clients that we respect those interests. Our lawyers and staff are dedicated to protecting the confidentiality of our clients.

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            So you have picked out the wedding rings, booked the band and confirmed your honeymoon reservations with your travel agent, but have you signed your premarital agreement?  Here are some tips you should keep in mind to make sure that your premarital agreement is signed before you get married and hopefully with as little… Read More

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                        Spring has sprung and it brings high school graduates who will be heading off to college.  You can hear the pomp and circumstance music playing as you proudly watch your child march across the stage and receive their diploma.  But….you have a pit in your stomach when you think about how you are… Read More

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It is the time of year to make decisions for your children’s summer camp. Maybe this is the first year they are going to camp, maybe they have historically gone to camp, or maybe they took a pause from camp participation during the past two (2) summers due to COVID, but regardless, this year you… Read More

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Tax season is upon us with a tax deadline of April 18, 2022.  This means separated or divorced parties are trying to determine whether to file tax returns jointly or separately.  Here are some quick tax tips for family law clients and practitioners related to filing 2022 taxes:             1.         Make the determination early as… Read More

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            In Pennsylvania, both parents generally share legal custody of their children. “Legal custody” is defined as “[t]he right to make major decisions on behalf of the child, including, but not limited to, medical, religious and educational decisions.”  Typically, the decision as to whether a child will participate in an extracurricular activity (especially if that… Read More

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Effective January 1, 2022, the Supreme Court adopted new and revised child and spousal support rules.  This is nothing surprising or unusual since the Guidelines are reviewed every 4 years.  Here is a summary of the changes which may impact your support matter:             1.         Under the old Guidelines, there was an artificial reduction in… Read More

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