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ABOUT US

Raffaele Puppio is a multi-practice law firm based in Media, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. One of the largest and most established full-service law firms in Delaware County, Pa., our attorneys are known for their legal prowess among the bench and bar. Founded on a rich tradition of public service and professional excellence, Raffaele Puppio’s lawyers have tried cases in Delaware County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia, and other areas of Pennsylvania in Municipal, Common Pleas and Federal courts and have presented oral arguments before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.

RECENT NEWS

  • Some Pa. Trump delegates arming themselves for Cleveland (Newsworks)

    Raffaele Puppio attorney Mike Puppio was interviewed by Newsworks of WHYY regarding his opinion on delegates who are planning to arm themselves for the Republican National Convention (RNC). Read More...

  • Raffaele Puppio Partners Named Among 2016 PA Super Lawyers

    Delaware County full-service law firm Raffaele Puppio is pleased to announce that partners Michael A. Raffaele and Gabrielle Sereni have been named 2016 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers. Read More...

  • In Pennsylvania, Cruz campaign recommended delegates for Trump (MSNBC)

    MSNBC interviewed Raffaele Puppio attorney Mike Puppio, who said many Republican voters in his district didn’t like Cruz and Kasich coordinating. Read More...

FROM THE BLOG

  • You Can Still Use Common Law Marriage to Reduce or Eliminate PA Inheritance Tax

    June 29, 2016

    Under Pennsylvania Estate Law, anything that you inherit from your non-spouse, significant other after his or her death will be taxed at a rate of 15% by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. However, if you can prove that you were the common-law spouse of the deceased, anything that you inherit will be taxed at a... Read More...

  • Special Education Law: What is KOSHK and Why is it Important?

    June 15, 2016

    An important fact in a special education due process proceeding is the “KOSHK” date, or the date that the parent “knew or should have known” about an alleged deprivation of special education. A “deprivation of special education” just mean that the parents are claiming that a child should have been provided with special education but... Read More...

  • Social Security Benefits and Divorce in Delaware County

    June 1, 2016

    As divorce becomes more prevalent among “baby boomers,” questions often arise on the treatment of Social Security benefits in divorce. Pennsylvania Courts do not consider Social Security benefits as an asset to be distributed between divorcing spouses. Each of the parties retains his or her benefits upon divorce. It doesn’t matter if the matrimonial action... Read More...