Elizabeth K. Eisenhauer, Esq. is an associate attorney who has successfully assisted clients with a variety of family law matters including divorce, child custody, child and spousal support, and marital property distribution. Prior to joining Notaro, Calabrese, and Epstein, P.C., Elizabeth was a Staff Attorney at Neighborhood Legal Services, where she focused her practice on obtaining Protection From Abuse Orders for domestic violence victims and helping clients navigate the complex custody process.
Elizabeth attended Edinboro University of Pennsylvania where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and earned a minor in History. She then obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Duquesne School of Law, along with a Major Concentration in Family Law. During law school, Elizabeth was a certified legal intern and student manager for the Duquesne Family Law Clinic and a Research Editor on the Duquesne Business Law Journal. Upon graduation, she was awarded the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Award for her academic excellence, commitment to the practice and development of family law, and highest standard for ethical behavior. She was also awarded a Certificate of Recognition for her outstanding service, dedication, and commitment to public service.
Outside of the classroom, Elizabeth interned for Judge Arnold Klein in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas Family Division and worked as a law clerk for the Allegheny County Bar Association Divorce Law Project. Elizabeth’s experience in family law and background working in a variety of legal services positions has molded her into a passionate and devoted advocate. Her past experience allows her to better guide clients through the complexities and challenges family law cases often present.
Elizabeth is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association and is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United State District Court of Western Pennsylvania. Elizabeth grew up just outside of Pittsburgh. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring the variety of restaurants Pittsburgh has to offer, along with long walks with her husband and dog.