Experienced Family Law Attorney
Debra A. Moshinski
After years of practice, Debra chose to focus her practice primarily on one of the most emotionally charged areas of law ~ Family Law. Debra has earned a reputation as a skilled negotiator and aggressive litigator in this field.
She offers specialized knowledge and superior expertise in representing clients in all aspects of family law, including adoptions, juvenile dependency, child abuse and neglect, child custody and support, relocation petitions, paternity issues, grandparent visitation, surrogacy law, pre / post nuptial agreements, mutual consent divorces, protection from abuse hearings, and the enforcement, contempt, and modification of domestic relations Court Orders.
Since 2012, Debra has acted as a Solicitor for a non-profit agency in Montgomery County that contracts with the federal government to serve the unaccompanied refugee minor population. The program is responsible for serving refugee and trafficked children who fled their home country and entered the United States without parents or guardians.
Debra previously served as a committee co-panelist with the Honorable Donna M. Woelpper of the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County and other distinguished attorneys. The committee worked to improve the representation of parents in dependency cases and was responsible for organizing and presenting a series of CLE courses.
Debra also served as an adjunct professor in the Legal Studies Program at Harcumm College, teaching courses in Family Law, Criminal Law, and Torts. Prior to practicing law, Debra worked as a Social Worker for at-risk youths.
Prior to specializing in family law, Debra’s practice included criminal law, civil rights litigation, employment law, personal injury, individual and business contract disputes, and estate planning/ litigation.
Debra resides in Huntingdon Valley with her husband, three children, and their mini-golden, Jaxson. She enjoys spending her free time with her family at the Jersey shore.
Bar and Court Admissions
Member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars; Admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Debra is a graduate of West Chester University (B.S., 1997) and Widener University School of Law (J.D. 2005). Debra was a member of the Widener Law Symposium Journal and received the Certificate of Achievement for her work in Administrative Law and Dependency Law. Debra graduated with honors from both her undergraduate and legal studies. She ranked in the Top Ten Percent of her graduating class at Widener University School of Law.