C. Kurt Mulzet

Sr. Associate

Practice Areas

  • Family Law

C. Kurt Mulzet is a senior associate with more than twenty-five years of private practice experience. He practices primarily in the area of Matrimonial Law, including divorce, child custody, equitable distribution and support.

Mr. Mulzet obtained his Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude, in history from La Roche College in 1975, a Masters Degree in history from the Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. in 1978 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh in 1981.  He is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Family Law Sections of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Allegheny County Bar Association.

Attorney Mulzet was a founder of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Matrimonial American Inns of Court, the nation’s eighth chapter specializing in Family Law, and was elected to serve as its president from 1999-2001.  He has served on or chaired numerous committees of the Allegheny County Bar Association, including the Professional Ethics, Public Service Programs, Support Guidelines, Technology, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Family Law Opinions, Homeless Project, Desert Storm project, Children’s Issues and the Court Rules committees.  He has served on and chaired committees of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and is a former member of its House of Delegates.

Mr. Mulzet is the author of articles that have appeared in the Allegheny County Bar Association publication The Lawyers Journal and the Pennsylvania Bar Association publication The Pennsylvania Family Lawyer.  He has lectured for both Bar Associations on topics including drafting of marriage settlement agreements, alimony and equitable distribution, modifications to the laws protecting the abused, college education support, ethical issues in domestic relations/real property matters, and various other matrimonial law and professional ethics issues.

Committed to community service, Mr. Mulzet is a founding member of the North Hills Estates Civic Association and a lifetime member of the La Roche College Alumni Association, having served as the first President of its Alumni Board of Governors.  He is also the recipient of the College’s 1988 Alumni Achievement Award and the 1996 College Service Award. Mr. Mulzet is currently an Alternate on the Civil Service Commission of Ross Township.


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