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Lynne Gold-Bikin
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Lynne Gold-Bikin is partner and chair of the Family Law practice group at Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby LLP where she specializes in litigation involving divorce, distribution of marital property, child custody, support, protection from abuse, domestic and international adoptions, and civil contempt.

Over the past 15 years, Ms. Gold-Bikin has served as an adjunct professor in the Trial Advocacy Institute at the University of Houston and frequently lectures for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Villanova University Law School, and Rutgers University Law School. She is also an active board member of the National Adoption Center and the Philadelphia Education Fund. She is on the editorial board of The Matrimonial Lawyer and has served on the editorial boards of Family Advocate, FairShare, and The Practical Lawyer.

Ms. Gold-Bikin was named one of the 50 Best Business Women in Pennsylvania. She was also recognized by Worth Magazine as one of the top 10 divorce lawyers in the country and one of the Top 100 lawyers in 2007. She has published numerous articles, journals and books and frequently appears as a commentator on family law issues in many local and national media outlets, including ABC's Good Morning America.

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7 Tips for Preserving a Marriage 20+ Years

(58) Comments | Posted October 28, 2013 | 9:40 AM

When we were growing up, we learned that couples in fairy tales always lived "happily ever after." But we never discussed what happened after "happily ever after." It turns out that this is when the real work begins. Marriage is not easy. We are taking two people who have come...

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Married And Divorced In The Same Year? Maybe They Should Have Taken Marriage Ed!

(1) Comments | Posted January 3, 2012 | 11:03 AM

With Kim Kardashian's splashy wedding and 72 day marriage, the buzz is all about what happened? Publicity stunt? Money grab? Or, perhaps reality setting in once the big event is over. Does this happen in real life or just for the headlines and the sponsored 20 carat ring?

Looking into...

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