Marguerite Goglia

Marguerite Goglia was born and raised on Long Island, New York. She relocated to Buffalo, New York, where she attended SUNY College at Buffalo and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy in 2012, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology in 2013. Upon graduation from college, Marguerite relocated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to attend University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and graduated in May of 2016.  

During her time at University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Marguerite interned with Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services, where she provided free legal assistance to low-income individuals residing in Washington and Fayette Counties, with a focus on divorce and Protection From Abuse cases. Marguerite then received the Allegheny Bar Foundation Lawyers Fund Fellowship, through which she interned with the Education Law Center and was involved in a variety of projects pertaining to legal issues in the realm of public education, including rights of children with disabilities, school discipline, and state funding for public education.

In addition to her work with Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services and the Education Law Center, Marguerite also gained a wealth of invaluable experience as a Certified Legal Intern for two of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law’s Legal Clinics. While working in the Elder Law Clinic, Marguerite provided free legal services to low-income individuals residing in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania in matters related to aging, including advance planning for incapacity, estate planning, and guardianships. Marguerite also worked with the University’s Family Law Clinic, where she participated in the Allegheny County Family Court Pro Se Program, assisting pro se litigants with a range of family law issues, including custody, child support, and paternity.

Upon graduation from University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Marguerite worked as a Judicial Clerk to the Honorable President Judge Thomas R. Dobson in the Mercer County Court of Common Pleas. As a Judicial Clerk, Marguerite researched and prepared bench memoranda, orders, and opinions on a wide variety of complex legal issues, and also had the opportunity to serve as a Special Hearing Master for Protection From Abuse Act ex parte hearings.

Marguerite was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in December 2017 and joined Tremba, Kinney, Greiner & Kerr, LLC in February 2018, where she currently focuses on family law, estates, and guardianships. Marguerite is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association, the Westmoreland County Bar Association, the Fayette County Bar Association, and is admitted to practice law in all Pennsylvania State Courts.

 Marguerite Goglia - Lawyer