Sean McCusker is an associate in the Family Law department of Dolchin, Slotkin and Todd. Sean’s practice concentrates on all matters involving child custody, support and equitable distribution of marital property. Sean’s interest in family law was sparked in his first year of law school when he began a summer internship with Philadelphia Legal Assistance’s Child Custody and Support Clinic (CASAC). Sean then undertook an internship at Washington D.C.’s Children’s Law Center, where he worked on behalf of children involved in Adoption, Abuse, Foster and Special Education matters.
After graduating from Law School in 2010 Sean worked for the prestigious Family Law Department of a large law firm until joining Dolchin, Slotkin and Todd in 2014. Sean’s practice concentrates on Philadelphia, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Berks and Bucks counties. Sean has authored numerous articles on a variety of family law topics including the emerging impact of social media, such as Facebook, on custody litigation as well as landmark developments in Pennsylvania law, such as the abolishment of Parent Coordinators. Sean has also been invited to speak on panels for the Pennsylvania Bar Association and Pennsylvania Bar Institute and has provided guest lectures to the undergraduate Psychology Department of Drexel University.
Sean’s education includes a B.A. in English from Pennsylvania State University where he graduated with distinction in 2007 and a J.D. from the Villanova University School of Law where he graduated in 2010. Sean is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Sean currently resides in Philadelphia in the Art Museum/Fairmount section with his Fiancé and two cats.