Ronna L. DeLoe, Esq.

Freelance writer

Ronna L. DeLoe is a freelance writer and a published author who has written hundreds of legal articles. She does family law appeals in New York and has spent many years as a matrimonial and family law litigator. She majored in History and in English with a specialization in creative writing at Binghamton University. She graduated from Syracuse Law School and was a member of Syracuse Law Review.

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