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Kellie L. Rahl-Heffner

Associate

Kellie L. Rahl-Heffner is an experienced family law attorney, guiding individuals through sensitive legal matters including divorce, child custody and guardianship, child support and alimony claims, protections from abuse (PFAs), and adoptions. She also assists her clients in designing pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements that best preserve family assets.

Kellie is well-versed in the Lehigh and Northampton County family court systems, representing individuals in family law disputes. As an experienced arbitrator and mediator, Kellie also counsels families in matters that can best be resolved outside of the courtroom.

Kellie also supports the firm’s Litigation Group. Prior to joining Gross McGinley, Kellie worked for over 10 years as an attorney with North Penn Legal Services, providing legal advice and representation to low-income clients in family law, unemployment, landlord/tenant, and other legal matters.


Areas of Practice

Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court
  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Education

  • Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law, J.D., 2005
  • Pennsylvania State University, B.S., 2002

Professional Associations

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Bar Association of Lehigh County
  • Lehigh County Arbitrator

Community Involvement

  • Child Care Information Services Board of Directors, Officer

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