Cheryl Sattin practices family law in Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Bucks and Philadelphia Counties. Since 2005, Ms. Sattin has been repeatedly recognized as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, a distinction awarded by her peers to the top 5% of all lawyers in the state.
Ms. Sattin emphasizes amicable resolutions to difficult family problems. When such a resolution is not possible, Ms. Sattin is prepared to litigate and to advocate strongly on her client's behalf.
Ms. Sattin hails from the Montgomery County office of the law firm of Cozen O'Connor, a nationally recognized Philadelphia based law firm with offices nationwide. Ms. Sattin served as a partner in the family law department of this firm from 2000 and until February of 2006. From 1998 and until January of 2000, Ms. Sattin served as a Cozen O'Connor associate under then partner, the Honorable Susan Peikes Gantman, Superior Court Judge. From 1993 and until 1998, Ms. Sattin worked at two mid-sized law firms, Sherr Joffe & Zuckerman P.C. in Montgomery County (1995-1998) and Blakinger, Byler & Thomas, in Lancaster County (1993-1995).
Ms. Sattin is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Montgomery County Bar Association. She is a member of the family law section of the Montgomery County Bar Association. Ms. Sattin has lectured for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute to practicing lawyers on the Fundamentals of Family Law and has authored a chapter for the PBI on family law issues requiring special judicial relief. She has provided case law updates to her local family law practitioners and has authored caselaw summaries for a PBI publication and for the Pennsylvania Bar Reporter. Ms.Sattin serves as a panel member to the Montgomery County Bar Association fee dispute resolution committee.
Ms. Sattin attended the Villanova University School of Law, and graduated in 1993. She was selected to represent the School of Law on its Moot Court Board, a distinction awarded based on strength of oral and written argument. Ms. Sattin graduated from Gettysburg College, magna cum laude, in 1990. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.