The Appellate Division affirmed the termination of parental rights, thereby allowing the adoption of a child by her grandparents in a contested private adoption. Cooper Levenson’s Jennifer Barr represented the grandparents on appeal. The Appellate Division ruled in In the Matter of the Adoption of a Child by C.M. and C.M., Docket No. A-3562-20 (App. […]
May 27, 2021 Join Cooper Levenson Attorney Cynthia Grob on this episode of Cherry Hill Squares as she talks about name changes in Family Court.
On this episode of Cherry Hill Squares, Cooper Levenson Attorney Cynthia Grob talks about mediation. Check it out!
Cooper Levenson family law attorney Cynthia Grob and team discuss the pros and cons of virtual court appearances. Watch the video here.
Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce four attorneys as the firm’s newest partners; Cynthia N. Grob, Erika-Leigh Kelley, Yolanda N. Melville, and Jarad K. Stiles. “These attorneys have proven themselves in terms of their professionalism, their expertise, and their dedication,” said Lloyd D. Levenson, chief executive officer, Cooper Levenson. “We are very pleased to have […]
Cynthia Grob, Esq.October 2, 2020 Join Cooper Levenson Attorney Cynthia Grob as shes give an update on how courts are currently functioning.
Join Cooper Levenson Attorney Cynthia Grob from the Family Law team as she talks with Financial Advisor, Ian Gallagher, from Ameriprise.
August 3, 2020 | Cynthia Grob, Esq. Pennsylvania provides a remedy for victims of physical abuse and in some cases, verbal abuse. A Protection from Abuse Order, referred to as a “PFA” is that remedy. This court order prohibits any contact between the aggressor and the victim. A victim can be protected at their home, […]
Join Cooper Levenson Attorney Cynthia Grob from our Family Law Practice Group as she talks with Financial Planner Sal Cocivera, President of Cora Capital Advisors.
July 20, 2020 | Cynthia Grob, Esq. The simply answer is “yes”; however, it is important when you are getting a divorce to understand how and when alimony is an issue. Alimony, at times referred to as spousal support or maintenance, is handled differently in Pennsylvania than in New Jersey. In Pennsylvania, once a divorce […]