Elizabeth Early's practice areas include divorce, custody, support, equitable distribution, pre, and post-nuptial agreements, and abuse matters. When family law litigation is required, she is determined to argue skillfully for her client's rights.
Liz is a certified parenting coordinator in addition to serving as a court-appointed child advocate and guardian for minor children. Liz serves as an arbitrator for civil cases in the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas and handles private mediation and arbitration cases involving family law issues. Liz has previously served as a court-appointed mediator in Philadelphia and New Jersey civil cases.
Ms. Early sits on the Subcommittee on Support which serves and reports directly to the Montgomery County Family Justice Advisory Board. The Board makes recommendations to the Court, public policy boards, and agencies that affect family law in Montgomery County.
Some of Liz's noteworthy accomplishments include:
Liz Early has been recognized on the "Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Stars" and "Best Lawyers in America© for Family Law" lists and a "Ten Leaders in Divorce Law, Age 45 and Under" for the Greater Philadelphia area. Liz has also been recognized as a "Top Attorney" by both Montco Happening Magazine and Bucks Happening Magazine and a "Top Lawyer" by Main Line Today Magazine.
Ms. Early is an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Montgomery County Bar Association, where she serves on the leadership board for the Family Law Section. In 2019, President Judge of Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas appointed Liz to the Montgomery County Family Justice Advisory Board Subcommittee on Support. Then in 2021, Liz became a Hearing Committee Member serving the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Liz also serves as a trustee for the Montgomery County Bar Foundation.
Ms. Early received a B.S. in Biobehavioral Health with a Minor in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University at University Park and a J.D. from Temple University School of Law. After graduating from Temple, she served as a law clerk for the Honorable William C. Todd, III, Presiding Judge Chancery Division in the New Jersey Superior Court. She practices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Ms. Early practices family law in Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia County.