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Dawn Getty Sutphin

Dawn Getty Sutphin


Estate and Probate Law and Wills Lawyer
Law Offices of Dawn Getty Sutphin
Ridley Park, PA
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About Dawn Getty Sutphin

Attorney Biography

Dawn Getty Sutphin has been a member of the Pennsylvania Bar since 1989 and New Jersey Bar since 1990. She has practiced in a large Philadelphia firm as well as for a smaller New Jersey Law office. She completed her LLM in Taxation, a post graduate law degree, at Villanova Law School and concentrates her practice on federal estate taxes, state inheritance tax, drafting wills and trusts, estate planning for individuals and for small business owners, taxation of estates and of trusts, post death estate planning, and estate administration and probate.


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Bar Licenses

Pennsylvania State Bar
Pennsylvania
Member in Good Standing
1989

New Jersey State Bar
New Jersey
Member in Good Standing
1990

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Education

Villanova University School of Law
Villanova University School of Law
LLM
2011

Widner Law School
Juris Doctor
1989

Pennsylvania State University
Criminal Justice
1986

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Dawn Getty Sutphin
Law Offices of Dawn Getty Sutphin
204 E. Chester Pike
Ridley Park, PA 19078
www.sutphinlaw.com
Office: 610-246-5090

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Dawn Getty Sutphin - PA attorney information with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania - Find more information about Dawn Getty Sutphin on The Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania website including status and disciplinary history.


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