Marguerite began the practice of law in 1990 and is proud that she has been a solo practitioner since September 1, 1993. As a life-long member of the North Penn community, she feels honored to primarily serve the residents of Montgomery and Bucks counties. Over the past two decades, Marguerite has developed a style of practice that balances assertiveness tempered with the patience and understanding needed by her clients during very vulnerable times in their lives.

Credentials & Awards

Law School – Temple Law, Juris Doctorate

Undergraduate – King’s College, Bachelor Arts

Proud Graduate of Lansdale Catholic High School

Member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association since 1990 and the Montgomery Bar Association since 1993

Officer of the family law section of the Montgomery County Bar Association

Member of the board of directors of the Women’s Center of Montgomery County

Co-chair of the development committee of the Women’s Center of Montgomery County

Member of the Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Courts encompassing Family Law attorneys from the tri-county area

1994-1995 recipient of the Pro-Bono award from the Pennsylvania Bar Association for service to the Legal Aid Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association and the Montgomery County Legal Aid Service

1996 recipient of the Hugh O’Brien Youth Foundation Certificate of Recognition

Two-time recipient of the Reader’s Choice Award for one of the top three Attorneys in the North Penn Area

Former Instructor of Undergraduate Law Classes at Immaculata College, Montgomery County Community College (substitute), and Lansdale School of Business

Civics Instructor at Gwyn-Nor elementary school in collaboration with the Montgomery Bar Association and the North Penn School District

Lecturer of Continuing Education Law Classes at the Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Courts and the Montgomery Bar Association (Family Law Section)

Former Law Club Advisor of the Lansdale Catholic High School Law Club (2003-2007)

Sponsor of Mater Dei Essay Contest

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