Advising the LGBTQ Community

Gross McGinley Lehigh Valley PA LGBTQ Community Lawyers

Advising the LGBTQ Community

We’re also passionate about representing the specific and often unique family needs of our LGBTQ community. We understand the nuances of LGBTQ family law matters including those related to adoption and surrogacy, custody and support orders, prenuptial/ cohabitation agreements, and name changes.

Our family law attorneys are prepared to work alongside our LGBTQ clients to help them reach their goals while remaining flexible in the changing legal landscape.

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    Advising the LGBTQ Community Team

    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Anne K. Manley

    Anne K. Manley

    Partner
    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Constance K. Nelson

    Constance K. Nelson

    Senior Counsel
    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Kellie Rahl-Heffner

    Kellie L. Rahl-Heffner

    Partner, Chair of Domestic Relations Practice Group
    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Allen I. Tullar

    Allen I. Tullar

    Partner

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