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- In November, 2019, Attorney Darren Oglesby completed his mediation training certification, adding to his repertoire of creative ways to craft peaceful resolutions in the domestic …Read More >
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Brian McKinley, partner at the Pittsburgh family law firm Wilder Mahood McKinley & Oglesby will speak at Clarion University’s Legal Conference on October 20, 2017 at the Park Inn in Clarion. The annual conference is attended by over 100 members of the local bar to address current legal issues. For the 7th year, McKinley will […]
Almost unequivocally, divorcing parties are required to disclose the nature and extent of their finances, including income, cash flow, and assets. Where a divorcing spouse owns a significant interest in a closely-held business, that party must disclose the full economic contours of the business upon request from the other party. The court will enforce such […]
Again in 2016, Wilder Mahood McKinley & Oglesby supports the Allegheny County Bar Foundation and Public Service Committee with its donation to the Backpack Project. The Project provides underprivileged students in Allegheny County neighborhoods with backpacks filled with school supplies.
Congratulations to Matthew Marcello – recipient of this year’s Wilder Mahood McKinley & Oglesby Family Law Award. Each year, Wilder Mahood McKinley & Oglesby provides a cash award to the University of Pittsburgh Law School student who receives the highest grade in the Family Law course. Congratulations again to Matthew!