Family law attorney Pamela Wilson has joined Levy, Stieh & Baron

Milford. Pamela Wilson served as a divorce and custody master for Wayne County for more than seven years. She replaces Kelly A. Gaughan, who was elected Judge of the Pike County Court of Common Pleas in the May primary.

Oct 01 2019 | 12:34 PM

Attorney Pamela Wilson has joined the Pike County law firm of Levy, Stieh & Baron as an associate specializing in family law.

“We are thrilled to have a lawyer of Pam Wilson’s caliber and experience in our firm,” said attorney John Stieh, the firm’s senior partner. “Her depth of experience in divorce, custody and other areas of family law will continue and further enhance our firm’s ability to provide high-quality representation to our clients."

"I’m delighted and grateful for the opportunity to be part of such a well-respected law firm,” said Wilson. “I look forward to working tirelessly as an advocate for our clients.”

Wilson replaces attorney Kelly A. Gaughan, who was elected Judge of the Pike County Court of Common Pleas in the May primary. Gaughan was subsequently appointed to serve on the bench on an interim basis until she is elected Nov. 5 and sworn in to a full 10-year term on Jan. 1, 2020.

Wilson previously practiced in Honesdale. She served as a divorce and custody master for Wayne County for more than seven years, adjudicating many of the divorce and custody cases filed in the county. She was also an assistant district attorney and solicitor for Wayne County Children & Youth Services. She is president of the Wayne County Bar Association and co-chair of the Dessin Animal Shelter.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Scranton and a law degree from the Widener University School of Law.

Levy, Stieh & Baron, located at 542 Routes 6 and 209 in Milford, is a general practice firm, providing experienced legal representation in family law, real estate, zoning and land use, personal injury, criminal defense, business and corporate law, and trusts and estates.