Elizabeth Parker Gaetani

Associate Attorney

Cranberry Township divorce attorney Elizabeth Parker GaetaniFamily law is a unique opportunity to pursue justice while understanding that the law must be met with compassion and sensitivity. That’s a concept Cranberry Township divorce attorney Elizabeth Parker Gaetani embraces wholeheartedly.

“I am empathetic,” Ms. Gaetani said. “Having an attorney by your side who strives to step into your shoes and understand the complexity of your situation will significantly help you through your case.”

The divorce process is understandably intimidating for many. The end of a marriage means a new way of life. Although that can be a scary thought, Ms. Gaetani reassures her clients by walking them through each step of the process.

She also encourages clear and honest communication from the outset so that she is best able to fight for her clients’ rights.

“Attorney-client communications are strictly confidential, so be forthcoming with information that you think might be relevant, even if you are not sure,” she said. “The more I know about you and your unique situation, the better I can advocate for you throughout the process.”

Licenses & Admissions

Ms. Gaetani is licensed in Pennsylvania.


Ms. Gaetani earned her Bachelor of Arts in political science from Temple University. She received her Juris Doctor from Duquesne University School of Law.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Gaetani managed a legal aid divorce program and collaborated with key stakeholders in the Greater Pittsburgh area to create and support a broad range of programs in legal aid.

She worked at a boutique family law firm in downtown Pittsburgh after graduating from law school.

During law school, Ms. Gaetani gained practical experience in a variety of areas including family law, personal injury, criminal, and bankruptcy.


  • Allegheny County Bar Association, 2009
  • ACBA Family Law Section, 2012
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association, 2012
  • Women’s Bar Association of Western Pennsylvania, 2012

Speeches, Seminars, & Publications

  • “Divorce Law Projects provides free representation to low-income individuals,” ACBA Lawyers Journal, October 30, 2015
  • “Joseph Balestrino contributes greatly to Allegheny County pro bono community,” ACBA Lawyers Journal, October 30, 2015
  • “Poverty Simulation shows need for pro bono assistance,” ACBA Lawyers Journal, October 4, 2013
  • “Nicola Henry-Taylor helps domestic violence victims,” ACBA Lawyers Journal, June 14, 2013
  • Simple Divorces for Low-Income Clients, Allegheny County Bar Foundation, Pittsburgh, PA Speaker, March 26, 2015
  • Jury Deliberations: An Insider’s View, Pennsylvania Conference of State Trial Judges Mid-Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA Speaker, February 27, 2015
  • Creating and Sustaining Broad-Based Pro Bono Partnerships Equal Justice Conference, Portland, OR Speaker, May 2, 2014
  • Simple Divorces for Low-Income Clients and the Collaborative Divorce Pro Bono Project Allegheny County Bar Foundation, Pittsburgh, PA Moderator, September 12, 2013
  • Pro Bono Speaker Series, Pittsburgh, PA Speaker, June 6, 2013



“Elizabeth’s been wonderful! I’ve been really appreciative of her. Everything was handled really good and very fast. I’m satisfied with all of it. Elizabeth has done a great job and I got the results I wanted! …”


“She’s positive, upbeat and always answers my questions. She confers with other attorneys to see the best strategy.”


“Liz is really good with her responses. I have some good expectations from her. I feel like she is on my side of the court with understanding where I’m coming from as well.”