Caitlin Foley is a highly skilled family attorney and advocates passionately for her clients during some of the most emotional times of their lives. Her dedication to family law and domestic litigation has earned her an empathetic and supportive reputation in the field. Caitlin focuses her family practice on divorce, custody, support, and mediation. She is a certified mediator with the American Council of Mediators and founded the mediation practice at her previous firm.
Caitlin's journey to becoming a family attorney began at the University of Alabama, where she earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science. During her time there, she spent a year studying abroad at the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain, where she taught English to school children and gained valuable insight into different cultures and perspectives.
After completing her undergraduate degree, Caitlin attended Villanova University's Charles Widger School of Law, where she gained valuable experience and insights into the practice of family law. She interned with Embrace Families, where she focused on child welfare and foster youth issues. She was also active in the Pro Bono Society and the Coalition Advocating for Human Rights and Dignity, where she developed a strong sense of social justice and a commitment to helping others.
During her time at Villanova, Caitlin also completed an internship with Community-Based Care of Central Florida, where she conducted research on the unique issues affecting foster youth and participated in initiatives to improve the foster care system. She also gained experience in family law by working in the Villanova Federal Tax Clinic, where she helped clients with issues related to adoption, termination of parental rights, dependency, delinquency, and more.
Caitlin's dedication to family law and domestic litigation continued after law school, and she joined a Chester County law office to work in their family law department. She is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and has focused her practice on family law and domestic litigation. Her experience has allowed her to understand the unique challenges that arise in these cases, especially in light of the pandemic.
In addition to her legal work, Caitlin is an active member of the Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court, where she collaborates with other attorneys to stay up-to-date on the latest legal issues and developments.
Caitlin primarily works with clients in the Philadelphia region including Montgomery County, Delaware and Chester County. She was born and raised in the area, and her extended family still resides here. Her dedication to her clients and her community make her an invaluable asset to our firm.
Affiliations & Honors
Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court
Charles Widger School of Law - Villanova University, J.D.
University Of Alabama, B.A. Political Science
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