About Mike

 

Mike Stewart was born and raised in Westmoreland County’s Hempfield Township. He graduated from Hempfield High School and went to Penn State where he majored in economics. He then went on to attend the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he was a member of the Law Review. Mike was then accepted into Georgetown University and received his L.L.M. in taxation before returning home to join Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh. Mike and his wife Samantha are raising their two sons, James and Joseph, in Hempfield Township.

Mike has protected his client’s rights in hundreds of family cases in Westmoreland and the surrounding counties. As a partner at the firm, he has acquired years of experience and developed expertise in divorce, custody, and support litigation, as well as real estate and tax matters. Practicing in Westmoreland County, he has become a daily fixture in family court motions in hearings in court for the last eight years. He is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and Florida. He also serves on the Family Law Committee of the Westmoreland Bar Association and was the chair of that committee from 2014-2017.

 

Outside of work, he has become deeply involved in the civic, business, and community efforts in Westmoreland County. He currently is the president of the YMCA Greensburg’s Board of Directors. Mike has served on the board for six years, working to further the YMCA’s mission to put Christian principles into practice through programs for families and members of the community. He is a board member of the Greensburg Development Corporation which is working to revitalize small business in Greensburg.

 

When Greensburg Summersounds first was organized, he was one of the founding board members. He was asked to serve on the Benedictine Leadership Studies Board of Visitors at Saint Vincent College and has served as counsel for Acme Providers and Acme Family Endowment. He formerly was a board member of Animal Friends of Westmoreland and volunteers each year for the Western Pennsylvania Police Athletic League’s Stuff a Store program. He also recently organized the Kinderhook Mile race, a one mile race through Downtown Greensburg which raised funds for the Greensburg YMCA.

 

Mike is running for judge because he wants to serve his county by helping people in difficult family situations and continue to make Westmoreland County a better place by upholding the laws of the state and federal constitutions.

 

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About Mike

 

Mike Stewart was born and raised in Westmoreland County’s Hempfield Township. He graduated from Hempfield High School and went to Penn State where he majored in economics. He then went on to attend the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he was a member of the Law Review. Mike was then accepted into Georgetown University and received his L.L.M. in taxation before returning home to join Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh. Mike and his wife Samantha are raising their two sons, James and Joseph, in Hempfield Township.

 

 

Mike has protected his client’s rights in hundreds of family cases in Westmoreland and the surrounding counties. As a partner at the firm, he has acquired years of experience and developed expertise in divorce, custody, and support litigation, as well as real estate and tax matters. Practicing in Westmoreland County, he has become a daily fixture in family court motions in hearings in court for the last eight years. He is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and Florida. He also serves on the Family Law Committee of the Westmoreland Bar Association and was the chair of that committee from 2014-2017.

 

Outside of work, he has become deeply involved in the civic, business, and community efforts in Westmoreland County. He currently is the president of the YMCA Greensburg’s Board of Directors. Mike has served on the board for six years, working to further the YMCA’s mission to put Christian principles into practice through programs for families and members of the community. He is a board member of the Greensburg Development Corporation which is working to revitalize small business in Greensburg.

 

When Greensburg Summersounds first was organized, he was one of the founding board members. He was asked to serve on the Benedictine Leadership Studies Board of Visitors at Saint Vincent College and has served as counsel for Acme Providers and Acme Family Endowment. He formerly was a board member of Animal Friends of Westmoreland and volunteers each year for the Western Pennsylvania Police Athletic League’s Stuff a Store program. He also recently organized the Kinderhook Mile race, a one mile race through Downtown Greensburg which raised funds for the Greensburg YMCA.

 

Mike is running for judge because he wants to serve his county by helping people in difficult family situations and continue to make Westmoreland County a better place by upholding the laws of the state and federal constitutions.