Mr. Gresh, whose practice is focused on complex civil and Orphan’s Court litigation, brings nearly 20 years of experience, including serving as Senior Deputy District Attorney for the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office and as Solicitor for the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office. While at the District Attorney’s office, he served as Chief of Narcotics as well as Chief of Computer Crimes. Mr. Gresh is the current president of the Bucks County Bar Association. Since going into private practice in 2007, he has used his strong trial advocacy and legal research skills to protect his clients. Mr. Gresh, who also served as a judicial law clerk to The Honorable Linda K.M Ludgate, Court of Common Pleas, Berks County, PA, is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania.

Ms. Little Simcox has practiced in all areas of family law, wills, trusts, guardianships, estate administration, and bankruptcy for the past 25 years. She has significant experience handling complex child and spousal support cases, as well as in Collaborative Divorce, a process that helps couples reach a settlement without going to court, by working as a team with trained attorneys. For more than a decade, she worked in the Domestic Relations Section of the Bucks County Judicial System as a hearings officer and as a supervisor. In addition, she is a tenured professor teaching law at Bucks County Community College. Ms. Little Simcox is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

“We could not be more excited to welcome Sean and Chris to Begley Carlin,” said Jeffrey P. Garton, a managing partner at the firm. “Sean is one of the top litigators in Bucks County. His trial experience and extensive knowledge of the courts allows him to provide robust representation to Begley Carlin’s clients.”

He adds, “Chris’s background in family law is unparalleled. For decades, she’s helped families with divorce issues like child support, custody, and alimony, as well as with estate matters and bankruptcy, from her days in the Domestic Relations Section of the courts to her thriving practice today