PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) January 30, 2018
Zeitlin focuses his practice on family law and general civil litigation. He counsels and represents domestic relations clients in divorce, support, custody, paternity, protection from abuse, guardianship, and dependency matters. He also assists clients facing disputes with debtors, creditors and service providers. As a member of the firm’s legal services department, Brett also provides legal advice to individuals who might otherwise be unable to afford legal representation.
“Partnership in our firm is offered to lawyers who have demonstrated professional excellence, outstanding client management and leadership,” said Managing Partner Deborah R. Willig. “Brett has been with our law firm for ten years and has always exemplified these qualities in his service to our clients. We are delighted to welcome him as a partner.”
Zeitlin joined Willig, Williams & Davidson in 2008 with a wide range of experience in family law and litigation. Prior to joining the firm, he served as a judicial law clerk in the Family Court of Delaware. Zeitlin obtained his law degree at Temple University Beasley School of Law and his bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Maryland. He resides with his family in Philadelphia.
About Willig, Williams & Davidson – Willig, Williams & Davidson (http://www.wwdlaw.com) is one of the largest and most respected union-side labor law firms in the United States. The firm has offices in Philadelphia, Media, Jenkintown and Harrisburg, Pa., as well as Haddonfield, N.J., and Chicago, Ill. Founded in 1979, Willig, Williams & Davidson focuses on representing labor unions, employee benefit funds and individual working people and their families on a variety of legal fronts, including national, regional and local contract negotiations; dispute resolution through mediation, arbitration and litigation; tax and benefit law compliance issues; discrimination and other employment matters; prepaid legal services for union members; and workers’ compensation matters in Philadelphia and beyond.
# # #