GLYNIS GIBSON has closed her private practice and is no longer taking new clients. She wants to thank all her former and current clients and wish them the very best. The office will be open limited hours for clients to pick up files or refunds of the unused portion of their retainer. Please call to make arrangements. In some cases your file can be emailed to you or your new counsel. THANK YOU!
Glynis Gibson, P.A. was founded by Glynis Gibson, Esquire to provide competent and compassionate legal services in all areas of family law. She adheres to a standard of honesty and excellence in all areas of her practice. From the initial consult through the final order, you will receive copies of documents, return phone calls and answers to questions, along with detailed and monthly billing statements explaining the fee charges.
By choice we are a small firm, which enables us to provide personalized service to our clients during the difficult process of litigation. We acknowledge the trust placed in us by your hiring of our firm to handle your legal matters, and we appreciate the opportunity to represent you.
Ms. Gibson’s areas of practice consist of any and all family law matters including custody, visitation, grandparent’s rights, property division, Protection from Abuse, dependency/neglect, guardianship and child support. Since its inception, she has volunteered her time to the Office of the Child Advocate to represent the interests of children who have been placed in foster care.
Protecting the rights of families and our constitutional liberties is her passion. She has handled cases in the Justice of the Peace Courts, Court of Common Pleas, Superior Court, Chancery Court, Family Court and has done appellate work in the Delaware State Supreme Court. Ms. Gibson received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Maryland in 1978, her Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore in 1984, is admitted to the Delaware Bar, was admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Maryland in 1987 and the United States District Court for the District of Delaware in 1993.