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Gwin M. Krouse received her undergraduate degree from Franklin & Marshall
College in 1975. She graduated with honors from New England School of Law in Boston in 1978. While in law school, she served as Editor in Chief of the New England Journal on Prison Law.
Attorney Krouse began her career as a clerk to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania,
first working with President Judge Robert Lee Jacobs in Carlisle, PA, and then with Honorable
Donald E. Wieand in Allentown, PA. After a brief stint in the corporate world, Attorney Krouse went into private practice, concentrating her work in the areas of family law. Attorney Krouse provides compassionate, caring, and competent representation to the people going through a life transition when they experience separation and divorce. She handles all aspects of family law, including prenuptial agreements, divorce, division of assets, custody, support, PFA matters, and adoption. In addition, she serves the court as a juvenile dependency attorney, representing parents and children in dependency proceedings. She previously served as a Mental Health Review Officer for over 25 years in Lehigh County, conducting hearings when individuals were committed for mental health treatment.
Attorney Krouse is a member of the Family Law Section of both the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Bar Association of Lehigh County.
An active community member, Attorney Krouse has served as President of the Bar Association of Lehigh County, President of Turning Point of Lehigh Valley, and President of the Franklin & Marshall College Alumni Association. She has served on several boards and has spoken to community groups on various family law topics. She also volunteers with Mayfair, the Allentown Friends of the Parks, and is a proud
sponsor /volunteer/participant in the Women's 5K Classic.
Gwin M. Krouse