Kathryn Hilbush

Kathryn Hilbush

Experienced, compassionate family law attorney in Delaware County
  • Family Law, Divorce, Domestic Violence
  • Pennsylvania
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Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Violence
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Pennsylvania
Languages
  • English
Professional Experience
Law Office of Kathryn L. Hilbush
- Current
Attorney
Fronefield & deFuria
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Education
Pennsylvania State University - University Park
B.A. | Political Science
University of Baltimore School of Law
J.D.
Awards
Best Lawyers - Family and Divorce
Delaware County Daily Times
Best Divorce Lawyers
Main Line Times
Best Family Lawyers
Main Line Times
President's Special Recognition Award
Delaware County Bar Association
Professional Associations
Pennsylvania State Bar
Member
Current
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section
Member
Current
Delaware County Bar Association
Member
Current
Delaware County Bar Association
Chairperson, Famiy Law Section Divorce Subcommittee
- Current
Delaware County Bar Association
Chairperson, Family Law Rules Committee
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Delaware County Bar Association
Board of Directors
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Delaware County Bar Association Family Law Section
Chairperson
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Speaking Engagements
How to Read and Understand Income Tax Returns, Training for Domestic Relations conference officers, Media, PA
Domestic Relations Office
Certifications
Mediation
Center for Resolutions
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
1135 Questions Answered

Q. I wanna see my kid more than 2 a month
A: Then, if the other parent won't voluntarily allow you to do so, you're going to have to file for more time with the court.
Q. does a parent continue to pay child support for 90 days after getting her children back
A: Not ordinarily. I don't know who told her that but she should take her support order to her local Domestic Relations Office to see if they'll suspend the support order effective the return date of the children. She will probably also have to file a petition to vacate the support order and may want to consider filing a support petition to receive support from the father.
Q. Why is child support Based on one parent
A: Attorney Hall is correct - it isn't. The Support Guidelines take both parents' incomes into account.
Q. Is my alimony taxable in PA on my 2018 tax return. Thank you
A: It is for your 2018 return and may not be in 2019 as well. Consult with an accountant or attorney familiar with the tax law changes and have him/her review the agreement/order awarding alimony.
Q. need a death certificate from niger family of husband death to us consolate
A: I assume you'd have to obtain proof of death from the government in the region of Niger where he died.
Q. I’m trying to buy a house and the bank needs a copy of my last child support order. How can I get the papers?
A: Contact the Domestic relations Office where the order was entered and ask what their procedures are for obtaining a copy. You may have to appear in person and pay a small fee for a copy since you should have received one in the mail after it was entered.
Q. I pay child support and mortgage support in PA. How much can I itemize on taxes of the marital home?
A: You should discuss this issue with your tax preparer. You may not be able to claim any of it.
Q. In PA, can a non-custodial parent seek partial custody post divorce?
A: Certainly. The fact that custody was not requested in the divorce filing doesn't have anything to do with whether father can request custodial time now.
Q. Can someone parent who through a tantrum at court hearing signs away their parental get any custody after that episode
A: I agree with Attorney Hall - your question is unclear. It would be best for you to explain your circumstances to an experienced family law attorney in person.
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200 North Jackson Street
Media, PA 19063
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Telephone: (610) 892-7511
Fax: (610) 892-7522