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Sarinia M. Feinman, Esq.

Address:
630 Freedom Business Center, Suite 215
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Phone: (610) 265-4441
Email: sfeinman@vetranolaw.com
Firm: Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC
Committees: Women in the Law Committee (Co-Chair)
 
Member Bio

Ms Feinman is a partner at the firm of Vetrano | Vetrano & Feinman, LLC in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.  Ms Feinman was graduated from Widener University School of Law, and from the University of Pittsburgh.  Ms Feinman has been recognized by Pennsylvania Super Lawyer's Magazine as a Rising Star in the area of Family Law every year since 2010.
Ms Feinman is an active member of the Montgomery Bar Association (MBA), having served as Chair of the Family Law Section (FLS) in 2014, Chair of the Young Lawyer's Section in 2009, a member of the Judiciary Committee, a member of the Long Range Planning Committee, as well as a Director for a three-year term, and a member of the Executive Committee.  Ms Feinman is currently the Co-Chair of the Women in the Law Committee.  She is a Past President of the Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court in family law, and was previously the Regional Coordinator of the High School Mock Trial Competition from 2010 to 2013, as well as a member of the PBA Bar Leadership Institute class of 2010-11.  Ms Feinman served as a Council Member of the PBA FLS from 2009-12, and is currently serving her second term on Council (2014-17).  Ms Feinman was the Chair of the Programming Committee of the PBA FLS from 2013-14.  She is also a Collaborative Family Law Affiliate who is trained in the Collaborative law approach to divorce, which focuses on severing the bonds of matrimony without severing the family.
Ms Feinman is a frequent speaker, course planner, and author for various programs for the PBI and the PBA, as well as for the MBA.  Ms Feinman frequently serves as a volunteer attorney for the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project (MCAP), for which she represents abused children, and is also a Volunteer for the "Friend of the Court" program.  Ms Feinman has chosen to limit her practice to family law, with a special interest in custody relocation matters, children's rights, and in particular, those of special needs children.