Welcome to Berman & Associates
Our team has the knowledge and skills to guide you through the complex legal system with a personal touch.
Your issues are our top priority and we will fight for you to reach the very best solution.
Practice Area Expertise
Providing top quality representation in the highly specialized practice of Divorce, Custody and all other aspects of Family Law.
Child Support, Protection From Abuse Orders, Child Custody And Visitation, Paternity/DNA Testing, Alimony & Spousal Support, Marital Agreements, Mediation And Arbitration.
We are strong in our knowledge of criminal law, our experience in the courtroom, and at negotiation on behalf of our clients.
Drunk driving or underage drinking, Drug charges, Criminal domestic violence, Theft, including robbery, burglary and shoplifting. White collar crimes, including embezzlement, fraud and forgery, Sexual harassment.
Meet our Attorneys
Bernard M. Berman, Esquire
Firm founder and senior partner, Mr. Berman graduated from Columbia Law School in 1965 with an L.L.B. degree and later a Juris Doctor Degree.
Tiffany T. Griffin, Esquire
Tiffany T. Griffin, Esquire, an associate with Berman & Associates, specializes in Civil and Criminal Litigation, Family Law, and Health Care Law. She holds a “Specialization Certificate in Health Law”.
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Shoplifting is one of the most common theft crimes heard in the Pennsylvania criminal justice system. Although some may consider it to be a relatively minor crime, it comes with penalties, one of which is a record that will follow you and impact future opportunities....read more
"White collar" crimes often carry the most serious penalties. With a possibility of serious consequences you need a strong, experienced and aggressive lawyer. "White collar crime" is a term of art used to define a group of nonviolent but illegal activities involving...read more