April Chamberlain

  April Chamberlain Simpson is a problem solver who helps clients by combining experience with persuasive advocacy. A civil litigator, April concentrates her practice on professional negligence defense and family law. Drawn to the courtroom early in her career, having spent four years as an Assistant District Attorney, April embraces the opportunity to use her skills to help others navigate difficult professional and personal challenges. April believes in a holistic approach to litigation, and is […]

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Tonia M. Torquato

Tonia Torquato, originally from Mifflin County, graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with Magna Cum Laude honors in 1995. She then went on to receive her Juris Doctorate degree from the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University in 1999. After graduation she was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Wayne G. Hummer, Jr., of the Lancaster Court of Common Pleas and a member of the Lancaster Bar Association and Young Lawyers […]

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April C. Simpson

April Chamberlain Simpson received her undergraduate degree from Washington & Jefferson College and her law degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and Connecticut Bar in 1990 and served until 1994 as an Assistant District Attorney in the Centre County Office of the District Attorney. Ms. Simpson is a member of the Centre County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations. Phone: 814-238-4926 Email: acsimpson@mqblaw.com

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Julia Cronin Rater

Julia Cronin Rater has been engaged in civil litigation since she began practicing law in 1995 and has represented clients in more than 500 hearings on a broad spectrum of legal matters. Prior to joining McQuaide Blasko in 2010, she began to focus her practice on family law and real estate law. Ms. Rater has extensive experience representing clients in all aspects of family law, including divorce, equitable distribution, child custody, child support, spousal support, […]

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Kimberly Hamilton

Kim is the current President of the Central Counties Collaborative Law Community and a member of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals. Kim first trained to practice collaboratively in 2009 because she saw it as a way to help her clients achieve a more balanced and respectful solution to their uncoupling. Since then, she’s had advanced training in interdisciplinary collaboration, as well as divorce and custody mediation. She is a member and past President of […]

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