Attorney Connie J. Merwine

Stroudsburg-Based Family Lawyer
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About Connie

Pennsylvania family law attorney Connie J. Merwine graduated with Highest Honors from Lehigh University in 1985 and received her law degree from Dickinson Law School in 1988, graduating summa cum laude and 2nd in her class. During law school, Attorney Merwine became a Pennsylvania Certified Public Accountant and maintains that status today. She was awarded a Masters Degree in Taxation from Georgetown University, and thereafter was awarded a Masters Degree in Liberal Arts by University of Pennsylvania. Her education and experience give her a unique qualification to handle family law estate matters where protecting and administering assets are important.

Attorney Merwine has extensive experience in all aspects of Family Law: Divorce, Custody, Spousal Support, Alimony, Child Support, Adoptions and Protection from Abuse Actions; Will preparation and Estate planning, power of attorney preparation and all aspects of estate administration including preparation of the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax Return.

Attorney Merwine has handled, reviewed, tried, and settled over 2000 family law matters during her 28 years of practice. Her background in accounting and taxation gives her a unique qualification in Estate Planning Law matched by few attorneys in Pennsylvania.


My husband passed away unexpectedly without a will and I had no idea what to do. A friend of mine recommended Connie. I reached out to her and she was fantastic. She put me at ease and assured me that she would help me with everything and she did. I thank her for all her help.


Went beyond what was expected

I was devastated when my mom passed away and [she] was there to guide me through the probate process from start to finish. She was very professional, made me aware of the various deadlines we would need to meet, and followed up on phone calls for me when I was weak with grief. [She] took time to explain what parts of Pennsylvania law were going to be involved in my particular situation and went beyond what was expected, to be sure I’m legally protected.