Combine the Knowledge of a CPA and Business Appraiser with an Experienced Family Lawyer
Equitable distribution is about numbers and tracking assets and liabilities as well as the division of those assets. Alimony means looking at disposable income – all income, even that which is hidden in closely held businesses. Adequate representation requires someone who understands Excel spreadsheets and Quickbooks information and the way accounting records are kept. No one does that like Deborah Iwanyshyn, Esq., CPA. She first was a CPA specializing in what the courts call Forensic Accounting for two international CPA firms. She was the “Chief Accountant to the Allegheny County Controller’s Office” with 30 people reporting to her prior to attending law school at night. While in law school she passed a multitude of tests to become a certified business appraiser and has testified in court regarding the valuation of businesses. She a member of the board of the American Society of Appraisers. After becoming a lawyer and choosing to focus her practice in the family law area she became trained as a child custody mediator and mediated for the Generations Program in Allegheny County and was a member of the board of the Western Pennsylvania Mediation Council where she came to personally know many of the custody mediators and master. Then unfortunately she herself became divorced and was a single mother raising two children, one with a chronic medical condition.
All of this training and all of these experiences make her absolutely unique as a family lawyer who will fight for your rights and your children’s rights and who will ensure that you get every penny that is fair and to which you are entitled. She knows how to work with the financially independent spouse to formulate a reasonable and fair settlement with the least amount of litigation. She seeks to identify assets and income expeditiously so as to settle cases in the least amount of time.
For many people, the process of divorce is a traumatic experience that can have them dealing with issues of depression and anxiety. At Iwanyshyn & Associates, we help individuals find the support they need by referring them to therapists and support groups. Contact us to get the legal service and personal comfort that you should expect from a family law attorney.
A Personal Approach to Family Law Issues
- Divorce Mediation
- Equitable Distribution
- Spousal Support and Alimony
- Child Support
- Grandparents' Rights
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Legal Separation and Annulment
Find Relevant Experience and Legal Knowledge
Practicing law effectively requires a strong knowledge of the law and the ability to use that knowledge to successfully resolve client problems. In the area of family law, it is also important to not only understand the law, but to also understand the financial and emotional aspects of the problems our clients are facing in order to better resolve their issues in an effective way.
Deborah Luteran Iwanyshyn is an experienced family lawyer who heads the law firm of Iwanyshyn & Associates and uses her unique background and experience to help her clients through the challenging legal problems in their family situations. She has served as a court-appointed custody mediator for the Allegheny County Court, is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and was employed by two international accounting firms as an auditor, and she was certified as a Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers, specializing in business valuation, and has testified in court.
Contact the Pittsburgh law firm of Iwanyshyn & Associates to schedule a consultation. Find answers to your legal and financial problems and get the comfort you need for the emotional aspect of divorce and other family law issues. Call us at 412-487-1576 x105 or 412-848-9181.