Attorney Abby De Blassio has been practicing family law in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania for over 20 years. She understands the diversity of the county, and clients come to her from many areas and many occupations. She serves clients from Greensburg, Latrobe, Murrysville, Irwin, North Huntingdon, Export, Delmont, New Alexandria, Jeannette, New Stanton, Manor, Harrison City, Slickville, Crabtree, Avonmore, Blairsville, Hannastown, Saltsburg, Ligonier, Rector, Stahlstown, Mount Pleasant, Norvelt, Pleasant Unity, Bovard, Scottdale, Kecksburg, Bolivar, Ambrust, Madison, Herminie, Yukon, Ruffsdale, Belle Vernon, Rostraver, Youngwood, Hunker, Monessen, Lower Burrell, New Kensington, Arnold, Apollo, Vandergrift and Trafford.
Clients from Allegheny County, Indiana County, Butler County, Washington County, Cambria County and beyond also seek Attorney De Blassio's assistance for representation in cases in Westmoreland County. Attorneys and law firms from those counties regularly refer clients to Attorney De Blassio for representation in Westmoreland County, and contact her for guidance in navigating the Westmoreland County court system.
Attorney De Blassio represents clients who are business owners, doctors, surgeons, nurses, and other medical professionals, dentists, mental health professionals, lawyers, global executives, engineers, IT professionals, managers, realtors, developers, educators, police officers, emergency responders, federal, state, county and municipal employees, accountants, insurance professionals, oil and gas industry personnel, professional support staff, laborers, truck drivers, retail workers, housekeepers, child care workers, jewelers, union and non-union workers, secretarial and administrative employees, restaurant industry employees, advertising executives, hairdressers, massage therapists, fitness trainers, mechanics, railroad employees, labor negotiators, consultants, financial advisors, pet industry employees, horse trainers, farmers, manufacturers, carpenters, construction industry workers, electricians, plumbers, transportation industry employees, landscapers, salespeople, pharmaceutical industry employees, models, musicians, athletes, artists, appraisers, and countless other occupations.
She is familiar with the various types of employee benefits and retirement assets that clients from the above occupations are entitled to receive and how to value and divide those assets in divorce proceedings. She also understands the work hours, stressors, and demands of these occupations, and is sensitive and attuned to how clients' work schedules impact their ability to attend court proceedings and manage their daily lives, including the care of their children.
In addition, Attorney De Blassio routinely represents homemakers, and individuals who are elderly, retired, disabled, and unemployed, and is adept at addressing their needs in divorce and child custody proceedings.