Family Law Attorney Tiffany A. Shoemaker Joins Doris Jonas Freed Matrimonial American Inn of Court

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Delaware County family law lawyer from Raffaele Puppio invited to join organization dedicated to ethics in the practice of matrimonial law

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Delaware County full-service law firm Raffaele Puppio is pleased to announce that family law attorney Tiffany A. Shoemaker has accepted an invitation to join the Doris Jonas Freed Matrimonial American Inn of Court.

Shoemaker is a family law attorney who represents clients in various stages of litigation, including legal analysis of high income and complex assets in divorce and support cases.

The American Inns of Court bring together attorneys, judges, law school professors and law school students from across the nation to improve the practice and professionalism of law. Each of the more than 350 Inns nationwide is locally chartered and operated. The Doris Jonas Freed Matrimonial Inn is composed of 85 members from the greater Philadelphia area who strive to restore and maintain civility, professionalism and ethics in the practice of family law.

A graduate of the Widener University School of Law, Shoemaker focuses her practice on complex family law matters including divorce, equitable distribution, abuse protection, support, custody and adoption. Before joining Raffaele Puppio, she served as Director of the Crime Victims Law Project in Media, a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to crime victims in Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Bucks counties.

About Raffaele Puppio – Raffaele Puppio is one of the largest and most established full-service law firms in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Attorneys within the firm are known for their legal prowess among the bench and bar in Delaware County, having decades of experience representing school districts, municipalities, businesses and individual clients, helping to solve legal problems while avoiding future legal issues. The attorneys provide sound legal counsel in the areas of education law, government and municipal services, family law, general litigation, personal injury, commercial real estate and business transactions, elder law, estate administration and planning, and criminal law.

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