Bethany L. Notaro, Esq. has her legal roots in Pennsylvania. As an undergraduate student, she attended the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia where she received a bachelor’s degree in psychology. After her undergraduate work, Bethany attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where she obtained her Juris Doctorate. While in law school, Ms. Notaro received numerous scholarships and honors for her academic achievement and focused her studies on income taxation, trusts and estate, divorce, ADR, and wealth planning. Specifically, she received training in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and family law and professional divorce mediation.
Bethany L. Notaro, Esq.’s Legal Practice
As a certified professional mediator, Bethany L. Notaro, Esq. has spent her time as an attorney practicing family law. Ms. Notaro, Esq. has reinforced her knowledge of the law by training in conflict resolution and professional mediation at the Pittsburgh Mediation Center. Before opening Notaro Calabrese & Epstein - Divorce and Family Law Attorneys, Ms. Notaro honed her skills as an associate attorney for two large family law firms.
Ms. Notaro is a member of various associations dedicated to family law. She is a member of the Family Law Sections of the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County Bar Associations. Additionally, she serves on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Board of Arbitrators. She is proud to have been able to serve the people of Pennsylvania through her work here.
Awards & Recognition
Bethany L. Notaro, Esq. has been honored multiple times in Super Lawyers, a highly-regarded rating service of the nation’s lawyers. Multiple local and national publications have also recognized her work as an attorney.
Recognitions from local publications include:
- Best Lawyers Pittsburgh, Post-Gazette
- Best Family Law Attorney, Pittsburgh City Paper
- Pennsylvania’s Outstanding Young Lawyers, Philadelphia Magazine
- Top Attorneys in Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Magazine
- Client Distinction Award, Martindale-Hubbell
- Best Lawyers in America, Best Lawyers®
- Best Lawyer, U.S. News & World Report
Work Outside of the Courtroom
Bethan L. Notaro, Esq. has dedicate time outside of her practice to author several articles about family law and mediation. She is a co-writer of the Allegheny County Bar Association Bench Bar Update in 1999 and 2000. She also helped write the Pennsylvania Fundamentals of Family Law (2000) and has authored articles for Pittsburgh Magazine.
To contact Bethany L. Notaro, Esq. or her team for a free consultation, call (412) 281-1988.