With more than 20 years experience and more than 5,000 clients Alpha’s divorce attorneys are your best choice for handling your separation and divorce.
Ms. Gilbert developed her idea for the Alpha Resource Center in 1994 after experiencing her own difficult divorce. She worked as the lead attorney until the date when she transferred all of her general practice clientele to other attorneys and focused on managing the growth of the company. Prior to opening the Alpha Resource Center, Ms. Gilbert worked at a general practice law firm based in Montgomery County. Ms. Gilbert is a graduate of University of Montana and Widener School of Law.
Ms. Schneider was born and raised in the Midwest. She is a graduate of the Villanova University School of Law. She has many years of experience practicing in all areas of matrimonial law, including working for judges presiding over all phases of family court matters.
Mr. Michael Hughes graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1994. He received his Bachelors of Science from St. Joseph’s University in 1988. After graduating from law school, Mr. Hughes worked as a law clerk for almost two years for two Montgomery County Common Pleas Judges. He gained significant experience in civil matters which included divorce, equitable distribution, custody, alimony and child support.
Ms. Krall graduated with honors from Albany Law School. Prior to joining the Alpha Center for Divorce mediation, Krall held internships at both the Albany, NY and Bucks County, PA District Attorney’s Offices. She is responsible for Alpha Center’s King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting and Malvern offices.
Ms. Kloin is a graduate of the University of University of Miami School of Law. She is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. Ms. Kloin has over a decade of experience representing private client and municipal clients in family issues as well as land development and municipal matters. She volunteers at the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project. Jamie resides in Montgomery County with her three children and dog.
DawnMarie joined the Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation because she believes the 7-step Divorce Mediation Program provides a comprehensive, supported path through what can be a painful and uncertain period of time. She earned a Juris Doctor from Temple University, Beasley School of Law in 2006 and a Bachelor of Science from Drexel University in 2001. DawnMarie is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Prior to joining Alpha Center, DawnMarie assisted individual, corporate and municipal clients in the areas of retirement plans, health and welfare plans, and employment and labor law. She is a frequent lecturer and has served on the faculty of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. DawnMarie is responsible for the Exton and West Chester offices.
Ms. Kealy graduated with a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tulsa, College of Law and a BS in Finance from Oklahoma State University. She is a seasoned managing attorney and an expert in mediation and alternative dispute resolution with considerable expertise in human resource and business law. She has been the managing attorney in her own law firm, the Kealy Law Center, PPLC since 2013. Prior to opening her own practice she has had extensive experience as a senior regulatory compliance attorney for multiple corporations.
After graduating with her BA in English Literature, Mrs. McCarthy moved to California where she attended the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctor (JD) in law. While attending law school, Mrs. McCarthy participated in summer clerkships and professor assistantships to enhance her legal education and gain experience in family law, criminal law, business law and litigation, and more. She also participated Roseville Municipal Counsel project on local ordinances governing medical marijuana cultivation, which included the drafting and analyzing of proposed legislation.
Ms. Savoy graduated from the Rutgers University School of Law. Since 1991, Cassandra T. Savoy has been helping families get the best possible result, inside the courtroom and out. She is fully committed to trying to solve the problems of each and every one of her clients. Her work is typified by a diligence in the pursuit of what the client believes is in his or her best interest. She prides herself on practicing law with high ethical standards and her track record demonstrates her uncanny ability to receive and maintain the trust of her clients.