Weber Kracht and Chellew Attorneys at Law are pleased to welcome associate attorney Christina Cozzetto to the firm. Cozzetto will focus her expertise on the practice areas of criminal defense, family law, estate planning, real estate, landlord/tenant matters, and civil and commercial litigation.

A Huntington, New York native, Cozzetto earned her J.D. from the Villanova University School of Law in 2014. Before that, she pursued a double major at Brown University, earning a B.A. in Biology and a B.A. in Economics in 2010.

“Listening, communicating, and problem-solving are Christina’s strong suits,” said Weber Kracht and Chellew partner and chief financial officer, Richard C. Howard, Jr. “She takes the time to listen to her clients and to truly learn about them and their concerns, successes, and frustrations and has a knack for bringing a calming influence over difficult situations.”

Cozzetto adds, “The law can be a complicated and terrifying thing for many people. I strive to clarify and simplify. Hearing a client say, ‘I understand much more now’ is a wonderful thing.”

Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, Cozzetto is a member of the Bucks County Bar Association.

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