Kevin Taccino originally hails from Cumberland, MD. He graduated summa cum laude from Ferrum College in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science with a minor in Philosophy. Kevin attended the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University from 2000 to 2003, earning a juris doctorate degree. During law school, he worked as a legal intern for MidPenn Legal services over the course of seven semesters and two summers. While working at MidPenn Legal Services, Kevin was exposed to several areas of practice including Bankruptcy, Family Law, Social Security, Landlord/Tenant Law, Unemployment, and other general practice areas. He took and passed the Pennsylvania Bar in 2003.
From August 2003 until May 2006, Kevin worked for MidPenn Legal Services as a staff attorney. During his time at MidPenn Legal Services as a staff attorney, Kevin gained significant and valuable court experience in the areas of Bankruptcy, Family Law and Landlord/Tenant Law. Kevin went into private practice in May 2006. By April 2007, Kevin and two other persons started their own legal practice.
Kevin currently practices in the areas of Criminal Law, Consumer Bankruptcy, Family Law, Landlord/Tenant, Civil Litigation, and business law. His criminal law practice includes litigation through jury trials, as well as appellate work, in all manner of criminal allegations. His family law practice includes adoption, protection from abuse, custody, divorce, paternity, support, termination of parental rights and pre-nuptial/post-nuptial agreements. Kevin has also worked as a guardian ad litem in custody and adoption cases.
Kevin Taccino is licensed to practice within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is admitted to practice before the federal courts within the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
Kevin Taccino co-authored an article for the American Bar Association November 2007 edition of The Young Lawyer titled “Smart First Steps When Going Solo”. Kevin has also been recognized by the Pennsylvania Bar Association by receiving a Pro Bono Award in 2010 and by the Franklin County Bar Association from 2007-2014 with a Pro Bono Certificate. Kevin has been a board member of the Franklin County Bar Association as the Franklin County Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee Chair since 2014.