Julie Yeager provides skilled and knowledgeable counsel to clients in all types of family law situations. Her expertise includes - but is not limited to - divorce, separation agreements, custody, visitation, property rights, qualified domestic relations orders, alimony, paternity, child support, protection from abuse, guardianship, third party visitation, gestational carrier agreements, and termination of parental rights and adoption.
Mrs. Yeager has earned several distinctions in her years of practice. In 2009, she was selected by the New Castle County Family Court to represent parents with children in foster care, as well as cases involving potential termination of parental rights. She is one of only 10 attorneys in the entire state of Delaware who currently serve this role. In 2015, Mrs. Yeager was individually selected from the 10 parent attorneys to join the Court Improvement Project Steering Committee, which works to ensure that children in foster care are safe, healthy and experience permanency.
Mrs. Yeager has helped more than 600 families with litigation in the Family Court. She looks forward to helping yours as well.
Education and Prior Experience
Mrs. Yeager earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Villanova University, graduating cum laude from the Honors Program. She was awarded her Juris Doctor from Temple Law School and is admitted to practice law in Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Prior to founding The Yeager Law Firm, Mrs. Yeager served the Family Courts in New Castle and Kent Counties as a judicial law clerk. She later created and developed the family law practice at the firm Tybout, Redfearn & Pell. The Yeager Law Firm was established in 2011.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Mrs. Yeager is an active member of the Delaware law community. She is the current Vice Chair of the Family Law Section of the Delaware State Bar Association and a Member at Large on the Executive Committee of Melson-Arsht Inn of Court. Mrs. Yeager wrote the Family Court section of the New Lawyers’ Survival Guide for the Young Lawyers' Section with the assistance of two of her colleagues. The Survival Guide is an invaluable tool issued to all new members of the Delaware Bar.
Mrs. Yeager volunteers her time as a Chair on the planning committee for the Combined Campaign Cup, an annual golf and tennis charitable tournament that raises necessary funds for Delaware's three legal services organizations: Community Legal Aid Society, Inc., Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc., and Legal Services Corporation of Delaware, Inc. In 2015, these agencies helped over 4,700 low-income families.