Phone: (215) 340-7530
Fax: (215) 345-0174
Kim Litzke has been practicing family law in Bucks County, Pennsylvania since 1994. She is well-versed in family law issues including divorce, custody, support, alimony and equitable distribution. Kim is settlement oriented, endeavoring to minimize the trauma of the divorce to the family (particularly children). However, there are cases that cannot be resolved by agreement and in those instances Kim’s aggressive litigation skills serve her clients well.
Kim is at the forefront of family law issues in Southeastern Pennsylvania, with an emphasis on local Bucks County issues. She regularly lectures on matters related to family and matrimonial law, including many CLEs at the Bucks County Bar Association. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section where she previously served on Council, the governing body of the Section. Kim regularly attends this body’s meetings to stay current on developing case law, statutory changes and trends in matrimonial law.
Kim is incorporating an alternative form of dispute resolution called collaborative law into her practice. Collaborative law is a method for people to get divorced without courtroom litigation, while using legal representation to guide the process. Kim authored an article, There Has Got To Be A Better Way, to explain this innovative process.
Kim was a panelist on the TV show "Money Matters" where she discussed family law issues and how they are impacted by financial related issues. To see the show in its entirety, please click here. Kim was also interviewed on a blog radio talkshow about the benefits of the collaborative law method in divorce proceedings. Kim's interview can be heard by clicking this link.
Kim is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Bucks County Bar Association.
She is an active member of the Bucks County Bar Association. Since 2011, she has spearheaded the pro bono volunteer program for protection from abuse representation at hearings. For more than a decade, Kim has been the seasoned lawyers’ softball captain at the Bar Association’s annual softball game. She is also active in mock trial where she has served in various capacities including coach, judge, bailiff or juror.
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Kim received her B.A. from Muhlenberg College and her J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law.
Kim’s community activities show her devotion to children and focus on family. She is a Youth Group Leader in her church (Doylestown United Methodist Church).