Choosing Your Approach to Resolution
as published in Family Advocate, Volume 43, Issue No. 1, (Summer 2020)
Dispute Resolution Options in the Age of COVID-19
as published in the Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, Volume 42, Issue No. 2, (Summer 2020)
Rochelle B. Grossman, Esquire Presents at the Family Law Institute
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 duties as a divorce master in Chester County, Pennsylvania, Shelly provides arbitration and mediation services in her private practice, Family Arbitration and Mediation Center. As an arbitrator and mediator, Shelly offers her experience and creative, problem-solving style to bring prompt resolution to any family law dispute, including equitable distribution, alimony, custody, child support, spousal support, alimony pendent lite and personal property.
Rochelle B. Grossman, Esquire Presents at the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Meeting
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 eastern portion of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. With fellow panel members from the western and central parts of the state, the audience learned that outcomes can be very different depending upon the jurisdiction of the case. Equitable distribution and alimony decisions are subjective.
Shelly’s well-reasoned, analytical and practical approach to property division and support in five different fact scenarios was well-received. Audience evaluations described Shelly’s preparedness and presentation as “excellent.”