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Attorney Tammy Dusharm’s long history of working for clients facing difficult legal situations began as a paralegal in Phoenix, Arizona, working with attorneys practicing family law, civil litigation, workers’ compensation, estate administration, and estate planning. She decided to expand on that experience by attending law school at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where she earned pro bono distinction for performing over 150 hours of pro bono work during law school. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and in the top 10 percent of her class.

Tammy Dusharm has practiced law since 2006, representing clients first in Arizona until she moved to Pennsylvania in 2013.  She opened her own law office following law school and then moved into public service.  She spent over eight years working as a court-appointed public defender, first in the Mohave County Legal Defender’s Office in Arizona and then at the Franklin County Public Defender’s Office in Pennsylvania. She has successfully defended countless criminal defendants charged with all levels of criminal offenses and DUIs, from minor traffic tickets to serious felony charges.

Although Attorney Dusharm no longer works primarily in public service, she continues to vigorously represent clients who have been accused of committing criminal offenses. She also helps clients who want to clear up their record by seeking expungements and pardons. Attorney Dusharm diligently works to help them at every stage of the criminal justice process.


Tammy Dusharm also represents clients in various family law matters, including divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support and alimony, as well as estate planning, estate administration and general civil litigation. She works to help people minimize the impact of legal situations on their lives so that they can move forward.

Tammy Dusharm resides in Perry County, Pennsylvania with her two daughters. Outside of work she dedicates herself to family time and community activities.

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