A graduate of Widener University School of Law in 1991, Beth began her law career with internships in the District Attorney’s office, with a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia and with a general litigation firm. Beth earned her bachelor’s degree at Temple University’s School of Communications, with a major in Rhetoric and Communication and a minor in English.
In 1993 Beth launched her own law firm, starting out in Center City and then relocating to Bucks County. Early in her career she handled Family Law and Wills and Estate matters as well as Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Social Security Disability and other general areas of law. Currently her practice focuses primarily on family-centered legal issues.
As a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Section, she has been a strong advocate for abused and neglected children and indigent parents and has represented clients with these life circumstances since 1993. In addition, Beth has been an arbitrator in the Court of Common Pleas and contributed as panel for continuing legal education with the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.