Ellen Fischer

Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern Pennsylvania
5 Neshaminy Interplex
Trevose, Pennsylvania 19053
United States
Office: 215-659-2600
Member since 2008
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer

Ellen is committed to helping families and individuals through qualified, caring legal counsel and strongly encourages collaborative practice in resolving all types of family law issues such as divorce, custody and support. In addition to working with traditional families, Ellen has been an ally in the LGBTQ community for the past 25 years.

Area(s) of Practice: I am an experienced, capable and compassionate family law attorney. I handle all areas of family law for both traditional families and for non-traditional families, particularly members of the LGBTQ community. I handle divorce and dissolution matters, as well as custody, child and spousal support, pre and post marital agreements, cohabitation agreements, property settlement agreements, name change, and protection from abuse matters.
License(s): I am a Pennsylvania licensed attorney and counselor at law. I have also been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Professional Activities: I am very involved in many professional organizations including: Pennsylvania Bar Association Montgomery Bar Association Philadelphia Bar Association Bucks County Bar Association Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern Pennsylvania Bucks County Collaborative Law Group Family Law Institute of the National LGBT Bar Association Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program - pro bono attorney Montgomery Child Advocacy Program - pro bono attorney ~
Education:
Undergraduate:
Temple University, B.A., Journalism - 1976

Post-graduate:
Temple University School of Law, J.D. - 1991
Comments: I have been working closely with individuals and families throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, including Montgomery, Bucks, Chester and Philadelphia counties. I have always counseled clients to remain committed to finding common ground and to working through issues without the need for court intervention. Collaborative law allows parties to feel confident and capable during negotiations, because each person is supported by competent legal counsel. Collaborative practice allows for a holistic approach to the dissolution of a relationship, taking into consideration the needs and goals of all involved, including children and extended families. I have also been an ally for the LGBTQ community for the past 25 years. A few years ago, my experience with and commitment to the LGBTQ community was recognized by having been invited to be a member of the Family Law Institute of the National LGBT Bar Association.