Bernard Ilkhanoff & Paula Silverstein were honored to serve as presenters in: Breakout Session A, (5), The Difficult People in Family Law (And we are not just talking about the parties to the case). In this particular program, the presenters explored how a family law attorney could best deal with difficult clients and challenging opposing counsel, as well as difficult judges.
The YCBA, otherwise known as the York County Bar Association is a non-profit professional membership association of lawyers and judges. The YCBA’s purpose is to serve the needs of the attorneys, judges and residents of York County. The YCBA and its members are dedicated to: 1) providing services to attorneys to improve the success of their practice of law, 2) to promote a legal system where peoples’ rights can be asserted and protected, 3) to develop a mutual trust between members of the Bar and judiciary and the community as a whole, 4) to strive to have the highest standards of ethical conduct, 5) to provide quality continuing education for its members, and 6) to provide legal representation to those that cannot afford it.
The Bench Conference is organized on an annual basis by the Bench Bar Committee; it affords York County Lawyers and members of the bench the opportunity to come together and pick up some valuable continuing legal education credits while exchanging valuable opinions and ideas about the legal areas of a statewide and national concern. Attorneys Bernard Ilkhanoff and Paula Silverstein of Ilkhanoff & Silverstein were honored to act as presenters at the October 2012 YCBA Bench Bar Conference in one of its Family Law Breakout Sessions.
Ilkhanoff & Silverstein is a divorce and family law firm located in York, Pennsylvania. Attorneys Bernard Ilkhanoff and Paula Silverstein are not only partners, but they are a husband and wife team that is as dedicated to their community as they are to their loyal clients. What sets their firm apart is the attorneys’ involvement in the community, which includes the local branch of the YMCA, as well as the Rotary Club. Both attorneys are former presidents of the Family Law Section of the York County Bar Association, and their firm also won the Community Service Award for Pro Bono Service to the Community, which was awarded by the York County Bar Foundation for 2008. With over 30 years of collective experience, attorneys Ilkhanoff & Silverstein offer legal services in all areas pertaining to divorce and family law including matters regarding mediation, grandparents’