Tracy Timby

Bucks County Collaborative Law Group

33 West Court Street
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
United States
Office Phone: 215-968-6886
Member since 2018
Membership Type: IACP


Lawyer, Mediator

My name is Tracy Timby and I help people in Bucks County understand the divorce process and I help ensure their needs and the needs of their children are met.

Divorce can be ugly... but it doesn't have to be!

Having practiced Divorce Law for over 15 years, I've seen almost everything. I understand the guilt, the fear, the anger, and the sadness.

Together we will make sure that the decisions that are made are decisions that you can live with for the long haul.

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Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Mediation
License(s): Juris Doctor ~State Bar of PA

Professional Activities

President Bucks County Collaborative Law Group ~January 2012 – January 2014 Greater Philadelphia Area The Bucks County Collaborative Law Group (BCCLG) was founded to help divorcing couples resolve disputes respectfully and equitably — without going to court. ~Founding Partner/Collaborative Family Law Attorney TimbyHunt, LLC Law Practice industry 2006 – Present ~Director & Associate Professor of Paralegal Studies Bucks County Community College Educational Institution; 201-500 employees; Higher Education industry 2007 – Present Greater Philadelphia Area I came on board as the Director of the Paralegal program back in 2007. Education has always been a passion of mine and I am thrilled to be able to impart my knowledge to students interested in a legal profession. This teaching experience has been invaluable in my role as a Collaborative Trainer.

Undergraduate Education

Saint Joseph's University
B.S., Psychology
1985 – 1989

Postgraduate Education

Widener University School of Law (PA)
1994 – 1997

Loyola College in Maryland
Master of Science (M.S.), Counseling Psychology
1989 – 1991


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