Charles J. Avalli Appointed To Statewide Rules Committee
Pittsburgh – The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has appointed Charles J. Avalli, a member in the Pittsburgh law firm of Gentile, Horoho & Avalli, P.C., to the Orphan’s Court Procedural Rules Committee.
This committee currently consists of eight attorneys from across Pennsylvania charged with reviewing the rules governing statewide practice and procedure in the Orphans’ Court and recommending new rules as necessary.
In addition to this most recent appointment, Mr. Avalli has also served as a hearing member of the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and on the Board of Directors of Auberle, a non-profit agency helping troubled children and families in Western Pennsylvania.
Mr. Avalli has extensive experience in all aspects of estate litigation, estate planning, and estate administration. He regularly lectures on estate and tax planning to civic and professional groups. His extensive experience also includes the practice of family law, where he has worked on and litigated some of the biggest divorce cases in Western Pennsylvania.
He is recognized in The Best Lawyers in America in the area of Trusts and Estates, as well as Family Law.
Mr. Avalli received both his Bachelor of Arts degree and his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
About Gentile, Horoho & Avalli, P.C.
Gentile, Horoho & Avalli, P.C., is recognized as one of the premiere family law firms in the country. The firm serves clients from every walk of life – from high profile business leaders and sports figures to small-business owners, professionals and homemakers and was instrumental in the original framing of the divorce code for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Our lawyers are currently recognized in The Best Lawyers in America and have also been designated as “Super Lawyers.” The firm also holds the highest ranking of a law firm by Martindale-Hubbell.
Our firm includes shareholders and associate attorneys with tax, accounting, estate, trust and business experience in order to accommodate the escalating complexity of financial issues in family law matters. Firm members are past and present officers in the family law sections of the local Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and frequently write and lecture on matrimonial law issues.