MacElree Harvey Announces Newest Shareholder: Marie I. Crossley
February 2019 – MacElree Harvey is pleased to announce that Marie I. Crossley has become a shareholder in the Firm.
“Marie is a knowledgeable and excellent family law attorney who leads the Firm’s Delaware office. As the chair of the Family Law Department, I am happy that Marie’s talents have led to her becoming a shareholder in the firm and know those talents will serve the firm’s clients well in even more ways in the future,” said Lance J. Nelson.
For over 16 years, Marie Crossley has practiced exclusively in the Delaware family law arena. Crossley handles a wide variety of divorce, custody, child support, alimony and other family law matters ranging from the mediation of small disputes to complex divorce, custody and support litigation.
Crossley graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 2001. She clerked for the Honorable Alison Whitmer Tumas and the Honorable William L. Chapman of the Delaware Family Court until entering private practice in 2002. Marie spent ten years as a family law attorney, and then partner, of a Wilmington, Delaware law firm until joining the family law group at MacElree Harvey, Ltd.
Marie is active in various community charitable organizations, including the Delaware Violence Advocacy Project; Delaware Volunteer Legal Services; Office of the Child Advocate; Delaware State Bar Association, Pro Bono Award Recipient; and Rotary Club of Wilmington, DE.
As a member of the Delaware State Bar Association, Marie participates in committees such as the Family Law Section; Alternative Dispute Resolution Section as Vice-Chair; Women and the Law Section; and Melson-Arsht Inn of Courts.
About MacElree Harvey, Ltd. With roots that reach back to 1880, MacElree Harvey is a full-service law firm serving clients from offices in Pennsylvania and Delaware. In addition to its broad-based litigation practices, the firm represents clients in corporate law, mergers & acquisitions, labor and employment, real estate, banking & finance, bankruptcy, family law, estate planning, tax law, personal injury, and criminal defense.