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Wisler Pearlstine Welcomes Family Law Partner Carla Marino

March 14, 2024

Carla Marino

Wisler Pearlstine, LLP is pleased to welcome Carla Marino, a respected Chester County attorney, to its Malvern office as a partner in the firm’s Family Law practice.

Ms. Marino concentrates her practice in all aspects of family law, including, but not limited to, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial planning and agreements, divorce, equitable distribution/sharing of assets, child custody, support for a spouse and/or children, property/marital settlements, and all related litigation and mediation of domestic relations matters.

“Carla is a pillar of the Chester County Family Law Bar and a tremendous asset to our team,” said Amy Brooks, Administrative Partner. “Her work in Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties enhances our ability to provide exceptional service to our clients. We are delighted to welcome Carla to the firm as she joins longtime Wisler Pearlstine Partner Amy De Shong in our Family Law practice.”

Ms. Marino began her career at Georgetown University Law Center, earning a fellowship with the Council on State Taxation (COST) located in Washington, D.C. While pursuing her Master of Laws in taxation, she worked with COST to preserve and promote equitable and nondiscriminatory state taxation of multi-jurisdiction entities. Ms. Marino’s practice includes offering alternative resolutions for divorce through the Collaborative Divorce and Amicable Divorce Network processes. She is also a Pennsylvania founding member of the Amicable Divorce Network.

“I am thrilled to begin this next chapter of my career with Wisler Pearlstine, LLP,” said Ms. Marino. “I look forward to working alongside all of my new partners and colleagues to best serve our clients.”

Ms. Marino is a compassionate advocate for her clients whether in litigation, negotiations, discussions or alternative dispute resolution (ADR) practice. She is empathetic and understanding of the stressful and emotional impact these matters have on her clients while working efficiently to meet their needs.