Holly Glymour focuses her practice on legal issues relating to the family and domestic relations including, but not limited to, divorce, spousal support and child support, custody, paternity, grandparents custodial rights, and adoption. She also has experience in drafting estate planning documents, such as wills, living wills, and powers of attorney. When legal issues arise during emotionally turbulent circumstances, Holly aims to help clients navigate through the issues in as smooth, efficient, and amicable manner as possible.

Holly is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, where she received a Bachelor of the Arts undergraduate degree, with a major in political science and a minor in history. She then attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where she received her juris doctorate. While in law school she took part in the family law clinic, which gave her an opportunity to work with the Allegheny County Pro-Se program, where she gained valuable courtroom experience and helped indigent clients draft pleadings related to custody, paternity, and support.

Holly frequently speaks on the topics of family law and juvenile law. She particularly enjoys presenting educational seminars to underserved populations in Western Pennsylvania, and also enjoys speaking at Second Saturday Divorce Workshops for women. She served as a volunteer for the annual 2012 KDKA TV telethon "KD & You and the Law", and continues to work with the Allegheny County Pro-Se Family Law Program. Holly is a member of the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County Bar Associations.

Holly began working in the area of family law during her time in law school as a law clerk. She then worked as an associate at Mohajery & Associates, PC, where she also focused her practice on family law, before founding her own firm in January of 2013. In her spare time, Holly loves reading a good (or bad!) mystery novel, spending time with her family and her cats Socks and Mikey, and cooking.