Tiffany A. Shoemaker is an experienced attorney who represents clients at all stages of complex family law litigation in divorce, equitable distribution, protection from abuse, support, custody, and adoption matters. She handles matters from the initial petition or complaint to Superior Court Appeals. Tiffany can also assist client’s in preparing contracts to avoid and/or minimize litigation such as pre-nuptial agreements, marital settlement agreements and co-habitation agreements. Additionally, Tiffany has earned a certificate of completion for mediation training and offers mediation services in the areas of divorce and custody.

Prior to joining McCallin Law, LLC, Tiffany worked as an associate attorney at Raffaele Puppio from 2014 to 2017 handling all types of family law litigation including but not limited to high income and complex divorce and support matters.

From 2007 to 2008 and from 2012 to 2014, Tiffany served as Director of the Crime Victims Law Project in Media, PA, where she was responsible for directing a nonprofit law project providing free legal services to victims of abuse in Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Bucks counties. In addition to her administrative duties at the law project, Tiffany also represented victims in protection from abuse, divorce, equitable distribution, custody, adoption, and support matters.

From 2008 through 2012, Tiffany served as an associate attorney at the Mathers Law Firm, P.C. in Williamsport, PA, where she independently managed all aspects of client representation for the firm’s family law practice including divorce, equitable distribution, protection from abuse, support, custody, name changes and adoptions.

Tiffany also has experience in criminal defense and served as an Assistant Prosecutor in Camden, New Jersey.

Tiffany is a member of both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bars. She is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and a member of the Family Law Section for the Chester County Bar Association and Delaware County Bar Association. Tiffany received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Franklin and Marshall College in 1994 and received her Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law in 1998.