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Kim Denise Morton

Kim Denise Morton, Esquire
Morton Family Law, LLC

158 West Gay Street
Darlington Commons
Suite 202
West Chester, PA 19380

(610) 692-3999

kdmorton@mortonfamilylaw.com
www.mortonfamilylaw.com

Experience

Kim Denise Morton attended Widener University School of Law where she was on Law Review and the Moot Court Honor Society. Upon graduation in 1983, Ms. Morton served as an Assistant District Attorney in Chester County until 1986. Ms. Morton then entered private practice and was employed for over twenty years in the law firms of Crawford Wilson & Ryan as well as Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoades practicing exclusively in the area of family law before opening Morton Family Law, LLC in March 2007.

Ms. Morton is active in the PA Bar Association serving as a delegate to the PBA House of Delegates and as a member of Council in the PBA Family Law Section. She is also on the Executive Committee of the Chester County Bar Association where she previously served as Chair of the Family Law Section, Bench Bar Committee and the Young Lawyer Division. Ms. Morton has also served on the Board of Directors, the Nominating Committee and the Judical Evaluation Committee. Ms. Morton has been recognized by the Chester County Bar Association for her work with the Pro Bono Committee and the Legal Access to Justice Program.

Ms. Morton has successfully argued before the PA Appellate courts in the area of adoption and prenuptial agreements. She is also admitted before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Ms. Morton has written and lectured on various family law topics for the PA Bar Institute, bar associations, the Inns of Court, private organizations and presented other continuing legal education seminars. Ms. Morton is currently a member of the Doris Jonas Freed Inn of Court as well as the John E. Stively Inn of Court.

Ms. Morton is a trained mediator and previously served as a mediator for the Chester County Court’s Custody Mediation Program. She has also been appointed by the Court to serve in her capacity as a mediator and arbitrator in complex family law cases.