Leslie B. Spoltore
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Leslie Spoltore focuses her practice in both family law and commercial litigation. She has experience in all Delaware courts, particularly with appeals to the Delaware Supreme Court.
In her family law practice, she assists clients with divorce, adoptions, child support and alimony, custody and guardianship, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, and property divisions, including the valuation of closely held businesses. In addition to her work as a litigator, Ms. Spoltore serves as a neutral assessor, mediator and arbitrator.
In addition, her practice includes commercial and corporate litigation including breach of contract actions, books and records demands, matters involving fiduciary duties and corporate governance, non-competition agreements, summary proceedings such as temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions.
Ms. Spoltore serves as a volunteer attorney for Delaware Volunteer Legal Services and the Office of The Child Advocate. In addition, she served as a coach for the Delaware Futures High School Mock Trial team.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Spoltore was a partner at a large Philadelphia law firm where she practiced in their litigation department. Prior to that, she served as the Director of Legal Affairs for the Family Court of the State of Delaware. As Director of Legal Affairs, Leslie served as a Special Master and conducted temporary contact and divorce hearings, provided counsel to the Chief Judge and Court Administrator, drafted Family Court rules of civil and criminal procedure and drafted legislation.
Professional & Community Activities
- Board Member, Delaware Volunteer Legal Services
- Delaware State Bar Association
- Melson-Arsht Inn of Court
- Delaware Bar Association, Family Law Section
- Delaware Bar Association, Women and the Law Section
- Delaware Bar Association, Litigation Section
- Selected for inclusion in “Women Leaders in the Law” by ALM (2015)
- Named one of Delaware's top lawyers in Delaware Today magazine (2012, 2013)
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