Mariam Ibrahim is dedicated to helping individuals and their families navigate the complicated and emotionally charged issues of family law. Her practice focuses exclusively in the area of domestic relations, handling all phases of the negotiation and litigation of cases including: divorce, equitable distribution, child custody, custody evaluations, spousal support/alimony, child support, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and protection from abuse. Ms. Ibrahim believes in thorough preparation and continuous communication at every step of the legal process as means for achieving the best outcome.
Prior to joining Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, Mariam served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Judge Jeffrey G. Trauger in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. In this capacity, she conducted legal research on various family law matters, drafted legal opinions for submission to the Pennsylvania Superior Court and memorandums for motions, and reviewed legal documents, court files and orders pursuant to the Judge’s decisions and court rules. Throughout her clerkship, Mariam quickly learned her passion to practice family law and to help people navigate through some of the most challenging and difficult periods of their lives. Before clerking with Judge Trauger, Mariam worked as an eData Contract Attorney with a global law firm in Philadelphia, PA. Prior to attending law school, Mariam worked as a judicial clerk with the Superior Court of New Jersey.
Mariam earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, with a minor in Journalism, from the University of Cairo, Egypt. She graduated Cum Laude from Western Michigan University Cooley School of Law. Mariam excelled in law school and was named to the Dean’s List and Honor Roll every semester. She served as the vice-chair for the Mock Trial Board, and successfully competed in mock trial competitions. Mariam earned multiple awards during law school including Best Essay Award, Best Junior in Service Award and Best Junior Litigator Award. Mariam also served as the Publicity Editor to the prestigious Western Michigan University Cooley Law Review, earning the Eugen Krasicky Award, an award presented to the assistant editor who made the most significant contributions to the Law Review. Mariam also worked for two consecutive semesters as the teaching assistant for the advanced level course of Scholarly Writing.
Outside of work, Mariam enjoys volunteering in many activities with her local church, traveling and spending time with her friends and family
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member (2017 - present)
- Bucks County Bar Association, Member (2017 - present)
- Family Law Section, Member (2018 - present)
- Vice Chair of Women Lawyers' Division (present)
- Secretary of Women Lawyers Division (2019)
- Montgomery County Bar Association, Member (2017 - present)
- St. Mary & St. Kyrillos Coptic Orthodox Church, Board Member
- Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Pro Bono Legal Services - Volunteer Attorney (2018 - present)
Publications & Articles:
- A Post-Divorce Checklist: Finish Things the Right Way and Sail Into the Future, https://www.ammlaw.com/blog/a-post-divorce-checklist-finish-things-the-right-way-and-sail-into-the-future.html
- Parenting Coordination Program: Pennsylvania Reinstates This Effective Tool for Custody Disputes, https://www.ammlaw.com/blog/parenting-coordination-program-pennsylvania-reinstates-this-effective-tool-for-custody-disputes.html
- Mere Unpleasantness in a Marriage is Insufficient to Apply Paternity Presumption, Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section, Family Lawyer, Spring 2019, Volume 41, Issue No. 1, pg. 39-40.
- Large Disparity in Incomes May Result in Primary Custodial Parent Paying Child Support to Non-Custodial Parent, Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section, Family Lawyer, Winter 2019-2020, Volume 41, Issue No. 4, pg. 177-78.