Attorney Anthony Piccirilli is a family law and divorce attorney serving clients in the Pittsburgh area. He is passionate about helping individuals and families understand the intricacies that are involved in domestic matters, and he is dedicated to fighting for each client to receive a fair outcome in their case.
Attorney Piccirilli knew he was destined for a career in law after hearing Supreme Court Justice Alito speak at a commencement ceremony on the importance of lawyers being soldiers in the fight for justice. Anthony’s desire to help families stems from a great need he saw that in family law; when people were dealing with the worst days of their lives, having the right counsel in their corner could make all the difference. He wanted to be that difference, and continues to help clients with a variety of family and domestic issues to this day.
With internship experience working on PFS and divorce matters and time as a law clerk working in general practice, in addition to a well-rounded education at Ramapo College of New Jersey and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, attorney Piccirilli has the skills and knowledge necessary to help you with a variety of legal issues, including:
• Child Support
• Child Custody
• Protection from Abuse (PFA)
• Protection Orders
• Domestic Relations
• Domestic Violence
• CYF Investigations
• Pittsburgh Tax Review, Assistant Research Editor, 2011
• Pittsburgh Tax Review, “Flirting With Pandora’s Box: The Legal Challenges Presented by Pennsylvania’s Proposed Arts Tax,” 2010
Presentations• Continuing Legal Education (CLE), “Spousal Elective Shares in Probate,” Pittsburgh
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