Barbara C. Litten, Esquire
Barbara Litten graduated magna cum laude from Cleveland Marshall College of Law in Cleveland, Ohio in 1997. She is licensed to practice law in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Since opening her law office in Tionesta, Pennsylvania in 2000, Barbara Litten has represented many clients in Forest County, Warren County, Clarion County and Venango County.
Barbara Litten served as the District Attorney in Forest County from 2003 until 2007. She was reelected in 2016 and is the current District Attorney for Forest County. She is the Guardian ad Litem for dependent children through Forest County Children and Youth Services and she is the Interim Solicitor for Warren County Children and Youth Services. She represents clients in her private office in matters pertaining to real estate, estates and trusts, guardianship, custody, and land use litigation. She is a resident of this community and is committed to providing legal services to the community.
In addition to serving as the District Attorney and representing clients in private matters, Barbara Litten also is a member of the Board of Directors for the Forest-Warren Economic Opportunity Council and is the President and sits on the Board of Directors for the Friends of the Tionesta Public Library. She is the Vice President of the Forest Area Arts Council and is a member of the Board.
Potential clients are offered a free 45 minute consultation at the first visit to the Litten law office. During this visit, Barbara Litten will listen to you and then offer her advice. Every client contacting the Litten law office has an individual matter which is important and unique to the individual or individuals contacting the office. Barbara Litten is committed to listening to you and providing practical and effective advice.
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