Abby Tuttle


Abby served as a Bucks County Deputy District Attorney for six years focusing on child abuse prosecution after interning with the Chester County District Attorney’s Office. She has also successfully argued cases in the Pennsylvania Superior Court, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court of New Jersey. As a District Attorney, Abby received both the ADA Recognition Program Award by the Network of Victim Assistance and received the John A. Wagner, Jr. Memorial Award from District Attorney David W. Heckler. This was for Abby’s innovative legal strategies and exceptional service in the protection of Bucks County victims of abuse.

In 2013, Abby began her private practice and now focuses her practice on family law matters, including divorce, custody, support, protection from abuse and complex domestic litigation. Therefore, Abby has the advantage of being an experienced trial attorney and is well versed in the Rules of Evidence. Abby has always been driven to help people through their most challenging experiences with compassion and dedication.

Abby’s degrees include a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Emerson College, Boston, MA and a Juris Doctor from Temple University, where she received the Presidential Scholarship and two Distinguished Class Performance awards in Trial Advocacy. Abby is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and served on the Board of Directors of the Bucks County Bar Association.

Abby lives on a working crop farm with her husband, son and daughter.