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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

  • Konstantinos Patsiopoulos of Raffaele Puppio to Address Students at Bloomsburg University

    Delaware County special education attorney Konstantinos Patsiopoulos, of Raffaele Puppio, will join a panel of business leaders at Bloomsburg University’s Career Intensive Bootcamp to discuss graduate school options for students. The session will provide attendees with information about graduate school, the graduate school process, and information that can help them determine whether graduate school is the next best step. Read More...

  • Raffaele Puppio Again Ranked in 2019 'Best Law Firms'

    Delaware County full-service law firm Raffaele Puppio is pleased to announce that it has been named a “Best Law Firm” for 2019 by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®, achieving a Tier 1 ranking in the Philadelphia metro area for family law. Read More...

  • Raffaele Puppio Partner Authors Update on Pennsylvania Public School Code for The Legal Intelligencer

    Raffaele Puppio partner and education attorney Katherine Meehan authored an article about Act 44 and the changes it brings to the Pennsylvania Public School Code. Read More...

FROM THE BLOG

  • Should Free Appropriate Public Education Be Extended to All Students?

    March 20, 2019

    Disabled students enjoy rights under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to receive a free appropriate public education (FAPE).  Recently, in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, the Supreme Court ruled that trivial or insignificant progress is insufficient to provide FAPE under the IDEA. Under the IDEA, school districts must provide an... Read More...

  • Know Thy Trust: A Plain English Guide to Orchestrating Assets in Divorce Cases

    March 13, 2019

    Living trusts and testamentary trusts are an essential part of a complete estate plan, but they can be challenging to set up and difficult to understand how they work. Trusts in divorce cases must be especially scrutinized, along with other estate documents, to help avoid any bad situations. Published by the American Bar Association, “Know... Read More...

  • Protection from Abuse‚Ķand Harassment

    March 7, 2019

    It is the day before Thanksgiving, November 22, 2017. You are standing in open court seeking a Protection From Abuse (PFA) order against the shackled person in an orange jumpsuit accused of physically abusing you for years and charged with simple assault, intimidation of a witness, stalking, and harassment. The judge presiding over your case... Read More...