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March 23, 2020

Many law firms have suspended operations due to coronavirus. Of the firms that have stayed open, many have scrambled to adapt, wasting valuable time and resources. But at Very Law PLLC, we have transitioned seamlessly.

We were already set up for telecommuting with full access to case files, legal research, and case management software. We will continue to receive mail and fax. If your matter was delayed by court order, an Associate will be in touch soon.

You can be confident that your needs will be serviced on time, with the continued level of excellence our clients expect. It's all part of our client-obsession. If you are worried about your legal matter, do not hesitate to contact us.

February 26, 2020

Overall, whether a mortgage foreclosure action involves a jury trial will be a fact specific inquiry, involving questions of whether there are material facts being disputed. However, the right itself is supported by case law, the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure and the Pennsylvania Constitution.

January 17, 2020

As often happens, our firm's name was recognized by a reputable local attorney who staged musical comedies in the 1970s at the Bench Bar Conference with the Allegheny County President Judge and our Proprietor's grandfather, the late Don Very. He had such fond memories that he mailed us these pictures. Our Proprietor unknowingly continued this tradition at Boston University School of Law by directing the comedy troupe The Legal Follies (started by Emmy-winner David E. Kelly), and returns every year for the show. We never met Don Very, but as his late wife would say, he has the best seat in the house. ⛅️😇

December 20, 2019

We are proud to announce the latest addition to our firm. Attorney Russell Turner has dedicated his career to fighting for others. He was selected by the County Bar Foundation’s Pro Bono Center to assist indigent litigants in family law matters. At the Duquesne University Civil Rights Clinic, he specialized in expungements and pardons. He made national news when he appeared on NBC’s Megyn Kelly Today, where he discussed his legal aspirations with the cast of Will and Grace. An attorney you want in your corner, Mr. Turner resolves client issues with close personal attention and a tireless work ethic. Mr. Turner will be handling civil litigation, criminal defense, and family law matters at our...

December 19, 2019

Our firm's client-focused, trust-based approach to representation was featured in the Lawyers Journal, the flagship publication of the Allegheny County Bar Association. We are proud that Proprietor Ryan D. Very, Esq. is continuing his grandfather's legacy of providing down-to-earth service to clients who may have never encountered the legal system before.

December 17, 2019

Normally it's tough to get a conviction off your record. But the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons has established an expedited review program for non-violent marijuana convictions such as possession, distribution, paraphernalia, conspiracy, some DUIs, and any offense deemed appropriate by the Secretary of the Board of Pardons. If you have a marijuana-related offense on your record, call or text our office at 412.430.0131 to see how we can help. 

July 30, 2018

We are proud to announce that Managing Partner Ryan D. Very, Esq. has been named Chair of the Lawyer Referral Committee by the President of the Allegheny County Bar Association. Mr. Very was named chair because of his competency with the Bar's Lawyer Referral Service. As Chair, Mr. Very will make legal services more readily available to persons in Allegheny County, and serve as a liaison for receiving and forwarding lawyer referral matters to other agencies, bar associations, and lawyers within and outside of the state. Mr. Very follows in the steps of his grandfather, the late Donald L. Very, Sr., Esq., who greatly expanded the reach of the Lawyer Referral Service when he served as chair of...

Ordinarily, Pennsylvania law views pets merely as property, so that your legal rights are limited to property rights. But you can get additional rights at home, at work, in places of business, and when traveling if you designate your pet a therapy or disability service animal, which usually only requires a note from a therapist or doctor, and sometimes training.¹ If someone interferes with these special animal rights, they can be subject to more sophisticated civil and criminal claims. In this post, I’ll explain how my firm can help your pet become more than property in the eyes of the law.