Christina J. Corr, Esquire

190 Bethlehem Pike, Suite 1
Colmar, PA 18915

(215) 822-5266
(215) 822-5267

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania, 2000
  • U.S. Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 2003
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2005


  • Widener University School of Law
  • J.D. – 1999
  • Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
  • B.S. – 1996
  • Honors: Psi Chi (Psychology Honor Society)
  • Dean’s List
  • Major:in Psychology

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Montgomery Bar Association, Member, 2001- Present.
    (Family Law Section: 2010 – Present)
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member, 2001 – Present

Past Employment Positions

  • Mittman & Liebman Associates, 2010 – 2018
  • Kraut Harris, P.C., 2006-2009
  • Ashby Law Offices, 2006-2007
  • Egoville & Associates, 2001-2006
  • J.P. Morgan, 1999-2001

Service Activities

  • North Wales Area Library Friends Board: 2010-2017
  • Liberty and Law Civics Program Teacher, Bridle Path Elementary School: 2014- present
  • Special Assistant Public Defender, Montgomery County, 2001 – Present

Christina J. Corr, Esquire

190 Bethlehem Pike, Suite 1
Colmar, PA 18915

(215) 822-5266
(215) 822-5267

Christina J. Corr, has been practicing law for nearly two decades. She values client relationships and is committed to listening, returning client inquiries promptly, and keeping clients prepared and informed.

Since moving to Montgomery County in 2001, Christina’s practice areas have included Family Law, Divorce, Support, Custody, Adoptions, Criminal Defense, Civil Litigation, Construction Litigation, and Wills and Estates. Family Law has been the focus of her practice more recently, partly because Christina enjoys counseling her clients, even in times of emotional stress.

Christina serves as a Special Assistant Public Defender for the Montgomery County Office of the Public
Defender, providing representation to indigent criminal defendants at their preliminary hearings. She also teaches Civics to Sixth Graders at Bridle Path Elementary, as part of the Montgomery Bar Association’s Liberty and Law Civics Program, and served on the North Wales Area Library Friends Board for several years.

Christina received a B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech, where she was a member of the Psi Chi honor society, and where she met her husband. At Widener University School of Law, Christina was the Business Manager of the Real Property Development Society. Christina enjoys spending her free time with her husband and two children.