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Carla Donnelly Pittsburgh family attorney

You do not have to go through it alone.

-Carla Donnelly • Gentile, Horoho & Avalli, P.C.

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HIGH NET WORTH DIVORCE

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Pittsburgh, PA

310 Grant Street
Suite 1000
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

412-261-9900

Cranberry Township, PA

20421 Route 19
Cranberry Township,
PA 16066

724-778-9111

My Mission

You have difficult decisions to make about your future.  Family law issues can be daunting.  My mission is to provide clients with straightforward information and advice to empower them to make good decisions.  Sometimes, that decision is to go to court.  That is when skilled advocacy and tenacity are most important.  I approach family law matters with compassion, practicality and integrity to take your case in the best direction to protect you, your children and your property.

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Pittsburgh Divorce and Family Law Attorney

Summer Vacation: Top 7 Tips For Divorcing Parents

By Carla Donnelly | May 22, 2018

Custody conflict does not have to ruin the fun of summer vacation.  It would be impossible to decide which vacations dates you will want for every year until your children go to college.  At the same time, you do not want to turn each summer into a fight over vacation dates.  The key is to set parameters that allow both … Read more

Tick Tock….How long will my divorce take?

By Carla Donnelly | May 16, 2018

Not surprisingly, the initial answer is “it depends.” The most important factor in answering the question about how long your divorce will take is whether and to what extent you and your spouse agree not only to how quickly you want the divorce to be finalized but also whether you agree to the terms of … Read more

Homemaker OR Breadwinner -Will I need to get a job after my divorce?…

By Carla Donnelly | May 8, 2018

We are often asked by stay at home parents and homemakers whether they will have to get a job.  While the short answer is technically “no,” it’s not that simple.  No court can force you to get a job.  That said, you may need to get a job at some point depending on the support you … Read more