Max C. Feldman, Esquire is a 1985 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, and a 1989 graduate of the University of Dayton School of Law.  While at Dayton, Max held the distinctions of being a member of the law review in his second year, and a law review editor in his third year.  Max has authored, co-authored, and contributed to various articles published and available in law libraries nationally.


Upon graduating from law school, Max was a law clerk to the Honorable Shad Connelly in Erie, Pennsylvania.  Upon his return to Pittsburgh, Max was an associate in a Pittsburgh family law firm. Thereafter, Max opened his own firm in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, and has represented thousands of clients since 1992.


With over 26 years of experience, Max has built a reputation as a tough, fair minded, and seasoned attorney.  Although Max's practice concentrates primarily on Family Law issues, including, but not limited to, divorcesupport, custody, and adoption, he is also experienced in other areas of the law, including, but not limited to, criminal matters (i.e., theft, drug charges, harrassment), DUI, Wills and Estates, and Bankruptcy.


Max practices in the the Southwestern Pennsylvania counties of: Allegheny, ArmstrongBeaver, Butler, FayetteGreene, Indiana, Lawrence,  
SomersetWashington, and Westmoreland.



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Nicholas M. Feldman, Esquire is a 2013 graduate of West Virginia University, and a 2016 graduate of the Charlotte School of Law. During his 3L year at Charlotte, Nicholas was authorized by the North Carolina State Bar as a Certified Legal Intern and practiced law as a student attorney in the Business Law Clinic. Throughout law school, Nicholas performed legal research on various legal issues for Attorney Max Feldman.

Nicholas was licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in October of 2016 and immediately began practicing law at the Law Offices of Max C. Feldman.

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Corrie Knabe began her career with our office in 2009.  Corrie entered the legal field as a result of her desire to help people navigate through their hardest times, and because of the reality that there is never a dull moment.  


Corrie holds a Paralegal Certificate from Boston University, and a Legal Secretary Certificate from Sawyer Business School.


In her spare time, Corrie enjoys biking and spending time with her two children and husband of ten years.  



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