Brooke R. Gintyginty@baerlaw.net
Brooke joined Baer Romain & Ginty LLP as an Associate in February of 2017 and quickly rose to Partner in January of 2018. She concentrates her practice on family law, personal injury, civil litigation, and landlord tenant matters. Brooke was recently named Mainline Today Top Lawyer 2019.One of the things Brooke finds most rewarding about her legal career is helping people in need. Being involved in a lawsuit, divorce, or custody matter is a nerve-wracking, stressful, uncertain experience. Brooke strives to ensure her clients know exactly what is happening, in terms they can understand, at all times. Because in the end, it is the client who must live with the outcome of the lawsuit. As a result, you can rest assured that Brooke will listen to you, understand your needs, and work toward the most beneficial outcome possible, given the facts of your case. Brooke has been a resident of Phoenixville since 2009. She lives in the Borough with her husband and two young children and is an active member of the community. She is General Counsel to the Mayor's Train Task Force, now known as Steel City Rail, an initiative to bring train service to Phoenixville. She is also a member of Phoenixville’s Historical Architectural Review Board (HARB) and active in local government. Brooke is currently Solicitor for the Clerk of Courts of Chester County Court of Common Pleas, Yolanda Van de Krol. Brooke is a graduate of Lafayette College in Easton, PA where she created her own major, “Philosophy of Legal Rights.” After she earned her degree, she attended Western New England University School of Law in Springfield, MA. She spent her final year at Villanova Law School as a visiting student so she could continue working for the Chester County District Attorney’s Office and begin to plant her roots back in Pennsylvania.