Ms. Albarelli is an experienced immigration attorney who has worked in the DC-Metropolitan Area, Baltimore, and in Philadephia exclusively on immigration matters. She joined the field first teaching citizenship preparation classes in the U-Street Cardozo neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Ms. Albarelli has lived and studied in many countries; including but not limited to Ecuador, Mexico, Spain, and, most recently, Italy. She has been involved in many grass-roots and political efforts for immigration reform and continues to do so. She is a frequent speaker for local community groups in the Lehigh Valley, and in particular, Allentown.
Al is an experienced trial attorney and managing partner of the Firm’s litigation department. He began his career as a law clerk for a highly-respected trial court judge in Philadelphia, then became a prosecutor in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. After leaving the DA’s Office, Al returned to the Lehigh Valley and joined a small municipal law firm in Orefield. He left that firm in order to increase his focus on trial work and immigrant issues.
David is an experienced trial attorney and a member of the Firm’s litigation department. He began his career as a solo practitioner in Philadelphia practicing family law, including divorces, child/spousal support, custody and adoption matters. After moving to the Lehigh Valley, David joined up with one of the largest law firms in the valley and later realized that he could best serve his clients working in a smaller setting to ensure a better attorney/client relationship. Upon leaving that firm, David added estate planning/administration to his practice and has taken a focus on the LGBTQ rights of the Lehigh Valley citizens, serving as an active Board Member of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce LGBT Business Council. David lives in Allentown with his wife and their daughter and enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, bowling and continues to play baseball on Sundays!
Alicia Dominguez is a bicultural and bilingual community leader currently working as a paralegal with Albarelli & Stirba LLC. She was born in Tenancingo in the State of Mexico where she lived until she was five years old and was raised in Wilmington, Delaware with a strong Mexican background. Later, she graduated from Neumann University in Aston PA with a degree in Political Science. Her professional and personal background has brought advocacy to social concerns while her experience as a member of Voices Without Borders, Inc., allowed her to bridge generational, cultural, and language gaps by developing working relationships with her clients. In her spare time, Alicia is also an avid photographer and seeks for opportunities to make a positive impact in the community through different vehicles such as the arts, advocacy, and education.