Carol A. Behers, Partner at Raphael, Ramsden & Behers, is honored by being chosen in 2023 as one of the Top 50 Women Attorneys in Pennsylvania by Pennsylvania SuperLawyers. Congratulations to Carol for being recognized by her peers and members of the Bench, as well as for achieving this high honor in 2022 and prior […]
The Pittsburgh family law firm of Raphael, Ramsden & Behers was proud to sponsor the BBQ event at the Allegheny County Bar Association’s annual Bench Bar Conference, as longtime supporters of the collegial and educational benefits of the Conference.
2022 - Pittsburgh’s Esteemed Family Law Attorney, Carol A. Behers, named as one of the Top 50 Women attorneys in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by Pennsylvania’s Super Lawyers.
Raphael Ramsden & Behers family law attorneys are named as Super Lawyers: Congratulations to Carol A. Behers, Gail C. Calderwood, Robin L. Frank, and Elisabeth W. Molnar
Raphael Ramsden & Behers partner, Elisabeth W. Molnar hosted the Allegheny County Bar Association’s (ACBA’s) Family Law Section’s Annual meeting and successfully concluded her tenure as Chair of the ACBA Family Law Section
Pittsburgh divorce attorney, Carol A. Behers, recognized as a Top 50 Pittsburgh attorney by Super Lawyers, as featured in Super Lawyers Magazine and Pittsburgh Magazine, for her skill and diligence while providing services in divorce, complex support, premarital agreements, custody, and collaborative law, to name some of her extensive family law practice
Partner, Robin L. Frank, is featured in the AP News article “An Algorithm That Screens for Child Neglect Raises Concerns,” touching upon her experience as a juvenile law attorney in dependency cases
Gail C. Calderwood, Partner at Raphael, Ramsden & Behers and Pittsburgh divorce attorney, taught portions of the “Family Law 101” portion of the Family Law Institute program through PBI, a two day seminar focusing on all aspects of family law, including support, alimony, premarital agreements, and more
Robin L. Frank spoke on the three-person panel “HIPAA is Not an Objection and Other Fun Facts About Medical Records,” drawing from her extensive experience in the areas of custody law and guardianships, and sharing the panel with Judge Charissa J. Liller (Bucks County Court of Common Pleas) and Elizabeth L. Hughes, Esquire (UPMC)