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Stephanie Winegrad Speaks About Family Law to Upper Dublin High School Students

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner Stephanie Winegrad spoke about family law at Upper Dublin High School. The child development program consisted of videos, role-playing exercises, homework assignments and an interactive lecture on the topics of family law, communication skills and marriage.  This is Winegrad’s eighth year teachi...

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What are my Custodial Rights and Financial Responsibilities Toward my Eighteen Year Old Child?

In a few short weeks, many children will be graduating from high school and will embark upon the next chapter of their lives. Whether that choice includes college, trade school, or the work force, as a divorced parent, how does this milestone affect your custodial rights and financial responsibilities toward your child? Continue Reading

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If You Have Plans to Travel with Your Children This Summer Here Are 5 Things You Need To Know

DOES YOUR CUSTODY AGREEMENT OR ORDER PROVIDE FOR EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION – Most custody orders require parents to exchange information regarding travel with the children. Generally you will need to provide, in writing, the itinerary, including dates of travel, flight information, if applicable, phone number and address of where the children...

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David Ladov Named as National Law Journal “Divorce, Trust and Estates Traiblazer”

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner David Ladov was named to the National Law Journal’s list of Divorce, Trust and Estates Trailblazers.  The award honors individuals who have changed the practice in their respective fields through innovative and exceptional legal strategies.                 As chair of the firm’s...

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How Computer Forensics Can Affect Your Divorce Case

As people spend more and more time on digital and electronic devices (smartphones, laptops, ipads, and computers), digital information becomes more relevant in divorce cases. Social media, computers and cell phones become very prominent in Pennsylvania divorce cases. This is largely because they are a great source of evidence. It is not uncommo...

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Can the Court Make Me Vaccinate My Child?

  Vaccination has become a hot topic amongst parents who are involved in a divorce or child custody dispute. If one parent believes in vaccination and one parent does not, the decision to vaccinate your child may not be your decision to make. Continue Reading

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In Loco Parentis Status Should Start With Consent

The recent case of K.W. v. S.L. and M.L. v. G.G., 2017 Pa. Super. 56 (March 6), addresses two important issues for family court practitioners and the bench to take note. First, it addresses the collateral order doctrine and then the issue of in loco parentis standing in child custody matters. In family law cases, practitioners and ­litigants are ...

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Custody Dispute in Scarlett Johansen’s Divorce

In an example of life imitating art, Scarlett Johannsen has found herself in the middle of a civil war. The Captain America: Civil War star has been embroiled in a now public child custody dispute with her estranged husband, Romain Dauriac.  The two celebrities were negotiating a settlement behind closed doors. However, since filing for divo...

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David Ladov Discusses "Why I love the Constitution" on the American Law Journal

David Ladov Discusses "Why I love the Constitution" on the American Law Journal. Click here to watch the video.

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David Ladov Interviewed on American Law Journal

David Ladov was interviewed by American Law Journal on, "Parental Alienation, Grandparents' Rights & New Divorce Rules: Hot Topics in Family Law." He discusses the frequency of parental alienation in divorce cases and other related topics. Click here to watch the clip.

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