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Seeing Social Security at Income, written by Kate Vetrano, appeared in The Family Advocate, a publication of the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association, Spring 2010, Vol.32, No. 4.  If you would like a copy of the article, just send me e-mail at


Languages spoken: French

Practice areas


  1. Divorce: 50%
    35 years, 1.2 thousand cases
  2. Family: 50%
    35 years, 1.2 thousand cases



Hourly ($200-500/hour)

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Vetrano| Vetrano & Feinman, LLC

Suite 215
630 Freedom Business Center Drive
King of Prussia, PA, 19406


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BV Distinguished RatingMartindale-Hubbell2015
Best Lawyer - Family LawThe Best Lawyers in America2014
Top Lawyer - Family LawMain Line Magazine2014
Best Law Firm - Family LawUS News & World Report Best Lawyers2014
Super Lawyer - Family LawSuper Lawyers2014
Top Attorney - Divorce/Family LawSuburban Life Magazine2014
Best Lawyer - Family Law MediationThe Best Lawyers in America2014
BV Distinguished RatingMartindale-Hubbell2014
Best Lawyer, Family LawBest Lawyers in America2013
BV Distinguished RatingMartindale-Hubbell2013
Best Lawyer, Family LawBest Lawyers in America2012
BV Distinguished RatingMartindale-Hubbell2012
Philadelphia Best Lawyers- Family LawPhiladelphia Magazine2012
Super Lawyer Family LawSuper Lawyers2011
BV Distinguished RatingMartindale-Hubbell2011
Awesome Attorney - Family LawSuburban Life Magazine2011
Best Lawyer, Family LawBest Lawyers in America2011
Philadelphia's Best Lawyers- Family LawPhiladelphia Magazine2011
Top Lawyer Divorce LawMain Line Today Magazine2011
BV Distinguished RatingMartindale-Hubbell2010
Super Lawyer Family LawSuper Lawyers Magazine2010
Awesome Attorney Divorce LawSuburban Life Magazine2010
Philadelphia's Best Lawyers Family LawPhiladelphia Magazine2010
Best Lawyer Family LawBest Lawyers in America2010
Super Lawyer Family LawSuper Lawyers2009
BV Distinguished RatingMartindale-Hubbell2009
Top Family LawyerMain Line Today Magazine2009
BV Distinguished RatingMartindale-Hubbell2008
Super Lawyer Family LawSuper Lawyers2008
Super Lawyer Family LawSuper Lawyers2007
Super Lawyer Family LawSuper Lawyers2006
Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2005
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Family lawyerVetrano|Vetrano & Feinman1997 - Present
AttorneyButera Beausang Cohen & Brennan1980 - 1996
Association namePosition nameDuration
Amicable Divorce ProfessionalsFounding Member2009 - Present
American Academy of Matrimonial LawyersBoard of Law Examiners2006 - Present
International Academy of Matrimonial LawyersFellow2004 - Present
Collaborative Family Law AffiliatesFounding Member1999 - Present
Pennsylvania Bar InstituteFamily Law Advisory Committee1999 - Present
American Academy of Matrimonial LawyersFellow1998 - Present
American Bar Association, Family Law SectionMember1993 - Present
Montgomery Bar AssociationMember1980 - Present
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law SectionMember1980 - Present
Montgomery Bar AssociationDirector1998 - 2001
American Bar Association, Family Law SectionCouncil1998 - 2001
American Inns of Court - Doris Jonas FreedFounding Member1997 - 2001
Montgomery Bar Association Family Law SectionChair1995 - 1997
American Bar Association, Family Law SectionChair Elder Law Committee1994 - 2006
Publication nameTitleDate
Family Advocate (ABA)Seeing Social Security as Income2010
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Widener University School of LawN/AJD - Juris Doctor1980
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Pennsylvania Bar InstituteSuddenly Single Seniors2012
American Bar Association, Family Law SectionUnraveling the Mysteries of Social Security2012
American Bar Association Family Law SectionGetting out of Marital Settlement Agreements in the Recession2009