As owner and president of Christina J. Corr, P.C., Christina J. Corr, Esquire proudly provides legal representation to in the areas of family law, adoption, civil litigation, wills and estates, and criminal law defense. She is dedicated to securing the best results for her clients by providing sound advice, strong advocacy, and personalized solutions.
Christina J. Corr, Esquire, has been practicing law for nearly two decades, with family law being the main focus of her practice more recently, because Christina enjoys counseling her clients, even in the times of emotional distress.
Christina teaches Civics to sixth graders at Bridle Path Elementary School, as part of the Montgomery County Bar Association’s Liberty and Law Civics Program, and served on the North Wales Area Library Friends Board for several years. Recently, Christina became a volunteer attorney with the American Bar Association, Wills for Heroes Foundation in Pennsylvania, which provides essential legal documents free of charge to our nation’s first responders. Christina is also a member of the Bucks County Bar Association, and the 422 Business Alliance.
From 2001 to 2017, Christina served as a Special Assistant Public Defender for the Montgomery County Office of the Public Defender, providing legal assistance to indigent criminal defendants at their preliminary hearings.
Christina has successfully tried many cases for her clients in Pennsylvania County Courts, as well as the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
She received her B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech in 1996, where she was a member of the Psi Chi Honor Society. In 1999 she obtained her Doctor of Law (JD) from Widener University School of Law, where she was the Business Manager of the Real Property Development Society. It was at Virginia Tech where Christina met her husband, Daryl. She has two children, and enjoys spending her free time with her family, and volunteering in the community.