Michael Bertin

Michael Bertin

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel, LLP

Profile

Mr. Bertin is Co-Chair of the Family Law Group at Obermayer. He is an in-demand attorney and has widespread appeal to clients of all economic levels, from complex large marital estates, to the basic divorce. Mr. Bertin has written over 100 articles. Mr. Bertin won the most important high income child support case in Pennsylvania in decades, in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which has changed support law in Pennsylvania forever.

Education

Temple University/2000/JD

Admitted to Practice

PA and NJ / 2000

AAML Position(s) Held

State
  • Vice President, Pennsylvania Chapter 2022 – presentSecretary, Pennsylvania Chapter 2021 – 2022Member of Board of Managers

Legal Organizations

  • • Chair, Family Law Section – Pennsylvania Bar Association, 2019-2020• Chair, Family Law Section – Philadelphia Bar Association, 2013.• Member – Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission Domestic Relations Advisory Committee, 2018-present.• Executive Committee, Family Law Section – Philadelphia Bar Association.• Co-Chair, Custody Committee, Family Law Section – Philadelphia Bar Association, 2005-present. • Member, Board of Governors, Philadelphia Bar Association, 2012.• Co-Chair, Legislative Committee, Family Law Section, Pennsylvania Bar Association, 2012-13.• Chair, Procedural Rules Committee, Family Law Section, Pennsylvania Bar Association, 2013 – 2014.• Co-Chair, Program Committee, Family Law Section, Pennsylvania Bar Association, 2008.• Zone One Delegate of the Pennsylvania Bar Association House of Delegates

CLE Presentations

  • Mr. Bertin is co-author of the book PENNSYLVANIA CHILD CUSTODY LAW, PRACTICE, AND PROCEDURE, and has written over 100 articles in the area of Family Law. Mr. Bertin also regularly lectures on Family Law topics.

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