Liberty J. Weyandt is the Chair of the Family Law Practice Group. She concentrates her practice on family matters including divorce, equitable distribution, support, child custody, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Liberty has more than 19 years of experience litigating various family matters in several Pennsylvania counties, including Allegheny and Butler counties.
In addition to extensive, traditional litigation experience, she is also a trained Collaborative Law attorney and Mediator. Through the Collaborative Process Liberty has been helping clients resolve disputes respectfully, without going to Court, for more than ten years.
Liberty’s collaborative practice is not limited to family matters, as probate and employment matters can also be handled collaboratively. She has significant experience assisting clients with estate planning and probate, as well as employment matters.
Liberty is a founding member of “The Collaborative Law Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania (CLASP), where she currently serves as the Civil Committee Vice-Chair. She is also a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association and has served as Chair of the Collaborative Committee. Liberty has been recognized for exceptional service and professional achievement by Best Lawyers in America, Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, and Martindale-Hubbell.
Prior to joining The Lynch Law Group, Liberty worked for a large firm in downtown Pittsburgh. She earned her J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in History/Political Science with a minor in music from Webster University, where she graduated cum laude.
Liberty resides in Hampton Township with her family, where she is actively involved in the community. She is a current Board Member of Treasure House Fashions and is the President of the Hampton Band Alumni Association, which she created as a non-profit in 2017. She also contributes as a volunteer with various children and youth ministries at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, where she served for many years as a lay-leader and as Secretary of Church Council.