How can I find out if new attorney for ex is a court appointed?

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Q: I have a domestic relations case in the family courts and would like to find out if opposing party’s new attorney has been court appointed. 

A: You just need to dig a bit. You can probably find out by looking on the Department of Court Records (dcr.alleghenycounty.us) website. You can then check to see if there is an order of court appointing counsel. There should also be a Praecipe for Entry of Appearance for this attorney. It will list a name and address. If you cannot get this information on line, go in person to the Department of Court Records in the City County Building at 414 Grant Street and look it up manually. If you are a defendant in a PFA action, the other party will likely have court-appointed counsel. (Pittsburgh, PA)

FAMILY LAW, COUNSEL, COURT APPOINTED, DEPARTMENT OF COURT RECORDS

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