The Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello is committed to providing excellent legal services for those suffering a serious personal injury, divorce, work injury, wills & estates, social security disability, real estate, orphan’s court, and the elderly. These matters are highly emotional and traumatic. Deb takes on these difficult cases because she has dedicated her life to ensuring people are treated fairly under the law and well represented by the attorney they retain. This commitment is in her DNA.
Deborah Truscello is an attorney deeply committed to her clients. She seeks the best outcome in every case and does so with a personalized and empathic approach. By combining compassion with expertise, she can provide her clients with exceptional representation. What makes Deb unique is not just her training and experience; it’s the depth and quality of life experiences she brings to each case.
Long before law school, her parents planted the seeds of competence and compassion in Deb. Her father, a local magistrate, and her mother, a local political leader, had an “open door” at their home for friends, neighbors, and those who needed advice. Deb’s strong sense of empathy and fairness was learned from her parents, who built and donated to her hometown a new library rather than see books unnecessarily discarded. Deb learned empathy, compassion, service, and humility and to always pay it forward.
Deb’s parents discerned in her at a young age an ability to make and defend a point of debate. When it came time for Deb to choose a career path where she could help others, she chose the law, embracing her parents’ values.
Deb chose to work in a solo practice where she could call the shots that guaranteed decisions were always made with the client’s best interests first and not her money earned. While Deb operates a solo practice, she maintains a vast network of associated attorneys in a wide range of complex practice areas. Her goal is always to ensure that every client who enters her office gets the best representation possible.
In the true spirit of her empathetic practice, Deb devotes time to pro bono work each year providing legal services in family law cases for people who don’t have the money to pay a lawyer. She is also a child advocate making sure children get the protection they need. This stemmed from her time as a Magistrate when she created and implemented the “Juvenile Mentoring Program.” This program was successful beyond all measures in reducing youth recidivism by 60%, an unprecedented rate.
Since earning admittance to practice law in Pennsylvania in 1988, Deborah has served as a clerk, civil defense litigator, plaintiffs’ civil litigator, and Magisterial District Judge. Each of these experiences has formed an incomparable attorney practicing in Pennsylvania. Deb is not just a lawyer’s lawyer. She’s a people’s lawyer.