Lance M. Gordon, Esquire
Allentown, Pennsylvania Divorce & Family Law Attorney
Practice is limited solely to the areas of Divorce, Support, Custody and Protection From Abuse law. Attorney Gordon has practiced law since 1992; and has been a Partner in the Law Firm of Saltzman & Gordon since 1994.
Attorney Gordon graduated from Ithaca College in 1989; and from Temple Law School in 1992. Attorney Gordon clerked for the Honorable Richard Webb in Carbon County during the years 1992 through 1993. In 1994 Attorney Gordon became a Partner in the Law Firm of Saltzman & Gordon. Attorney Gordon is a Member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Lehigh County Bar Association, as well as the Northampton County Bar Association. On December 1, 2001, the presiding Family Court Administrative Judge, Alan M. Black, invited Attorney Gordon to serve on the exclusive Family Court Rules Committee of Lehigh County. At that time, Attorney Gordon was the youngest member ever to be bestowed with such an honor. At the request of a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Northampton County, Attorney Gordon has been a guest speaker at Moravian College teaching various aspects of matrimonial law.
Attorney Gordon is the only attorney in the Lehigh Valley to be awarded with the prestigious Reader's Choice Award for "Best Attorney" in the Lehigh Valley from the readers of the Morning Call newspaper for two non-consecutive years. Attorney Gordon has also been voted "Best Divorce Attorney" in the Lehigh Valley for the years 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 by the readers of Lehigh Valley Magazine. In 2017 Attorney Gordon also received the distinction of "Select Lawyer" for family, custody & divorce law as chosen solely by other lawyers in the Lehigh Valley
Through his twenty-four (24) years of practicing law, Attorney Gordon has attained extensive experience in handling high income and large asset divorce matters, as well as complicated issues of law as they pertain to support and custody cases. Furthermore, Attorney Gordon has represented both appellees and appellants in appeals to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.