Blog / News

Nov
06
2018
Christina M. DeMatteo authored an article for the September / October 2018 edition of the Montgomery County Women's Journal entitled "How to Hire A Divorce Attorney."
Oct
14
2018
If you are a parent with a custody matter in PA, you may be familiar with custody mediations, parenting classes, and conciliations. But you may soon hear about another concept – parenting coordination. Due to a recently adopted change to the custody rules, it is likely that Pennsylvania Courts may start appointing parenting coordinators in custody matters when the new rules go into effect in March 2019.
Oct
09
2018
Christina M. DeMatteo was quoted in a front page news article in the Pennsylvania Bar News on October 2, 2018.
Oct
03
2018
Christina DeMatteo was mentioned in a recent news article published by yourerie.com.
Oct
02
2018
On October 2, 2018, Christina M. DeMatteo appeared on behalf of the Pennsylvania Bar Association at a press conference to speak regarding recent legislation on the issue of grandparent and third party custody rights.
Sep
30
2018
Christina M. DeMatteo recently co-authored an informational pamphlet “Understanding When Grandparents and Others Can Seek Custody.” The pamphlet summarizes recent changes to Pennsylvania's custody law and how it impacts caregivers seeking custody of children whose parents are unable or unwilling to raise them.
Sep
19
2018
Right now, it seems every day brings news of significant changes coming in family law. Here are just some of the recent highlights. Changes to Alimony Taxation. Proposed Changes to the Child and Spousal Support / Alimony Pendente Lite Guidelines. The Return of Parent Coordination. High Income Child Support. Custody Standing Expanded.
Sep
10
2018
When clients first meet with us regarding a divorce matter, one of our primary goals is to explain the steps involved in obtaining a divorce. While there are several different paths a divorce can take (and some are certainly more complicated than others), there are certain basic steps that each case follows.