Kerri Cappella

Kerri Cappella

Gentile, Horoho & Avalli, PC

Profile

Ms. Cappella’s practice focuses exclusively in the area of matrimonial law, where she has spent over 30 years concentrating on complex, high net worth marital estates. Ms. Cappella became a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) in 2009 and serves as the President-Elect of AAML Pennsylvania Chapter.

Education

University of Pittsburgh 1990 Juris Doctor

Admitted to Practice

1990

AAML Position(s) Held

State
  • Current President-ElectVice PresidentSecretaryBoard of ExaminersNominating Committee

Legal Organizations

  • American Bar Association Family Law Section
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section, Program Committee Co-Chair 2014-2015
  • Program Committee Member 2010-2012
  • Allegheny County Bar Association, Board of Governors, 2015-2023
  • Judiciary Committee Member 2012-2015, Family Law Section Council 1995-1998
  • Allegheny County Bar Foundation Fellow

CLE Presentations

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section Program Co-Chair 2015
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section, Faculty, AAML Hot Tips: Best Practices Useful Provisions and Clauses for Prenups Marital Settlement Agreements and Other Divorce Documents, 2013, Slicing up the Pie, Property Distribution in Pennsylvania, 2010, 2012, 2015
  • Social Media and Divorce, 2010
  • Technology and Family Law, 2002
  • Allegheny County Matrimonial Inns of Court CCLXXII, Charter Member, Faculty, ESI Pittsburgh: Electronic Discovery and Technology in Family Law Practice, 2008
  • Faculty, Representing Disabled Clients, 2008
  • Faculty, Appellate Practice, 1996
  • Allegheny County Bar Assn. Family Law Section, 1991-Present, Faculty, Abuse of Custody Process in Divorce Cases, 2008
  • Faculty, Protection from Abuse Act, 1998.

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