One of the most frequently asked questions prospective clients ask when scheduling their initial consultation is, “what should I bring to our meeting?”.  The list below is an example of what documents you can look to gather in an effort to make the most of your first meeting. Tax Returns Mortgage Statements Bank Statements Retirement…

When a marriage or relationship is dissolving, generally the primary concern for each party is what will happen with the children. The confusion, frustration and emotions often lead to so much tension that each party and even the children are significantly affected. Each case is different and your attorney’s job is to ensure that the [...]

Neither biology nor a piece of paper makes a parent. The act of loving and supporting a child unconditionally makes you a parent to a child whether natural born, adopted or as a stepparent. But, in the eyes of the law, as a stepparent, you are not the legal parent of the child. To become the legal parent of a child or children of your spouse, a stepparent must adopt the child.

On Tuesday, April 17, 2018, Shelly Grossman was a panelist at Mirror Mirror…Predicting Equitable Distribution & Alimony Awards, presented by the Family Law Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. One of five divorce masters on the panel, Shelly represented the Chester County approach to equitable distribution and alimony in a variety of fact scenarios. In addition to her…

On Saturday, January 13, 2018, Shelly Grossman was a panelist at Mirror Mirror…Predicting Equitable Distribution & Alimony Awards, presented by the Pennsylvania Bar Association at its Family Law Section Winter Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. One of three divorce masters and judges on the panel, Shelly represented the view on equitable distribution and alimony from the…