About Our Attorneys
When you need accomplished, knowledgeable lawyers to protect your interests, turn to Consolo & Harbison. Our broad experience is underpinned by integrity, accountability and honesty in the way we practice and serve our clients. Learn more about our credentials and accomplishments.
Colleen F. Consolo, Esq.
Ms. Consolo was born and raised in Norristown, Pennsylvania nearby local landmarks including Elmwood Park, Roosevelt School and Eisenhower School. Ms. Consolo graduated from Norristown Area High School in 1987. Following graduation, she attended Lebanon Valley College for a year and then completed her college education at Temple University, Ambler campus. Ms. Consolo received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, with a minor in German from Temple University in 1990.
Following College, Ms. Consolo began working with Central Montgomery Mental Health/Mental Retardation in the FLECS program as a play therapist. She ran this group therapy with children whose ages ranged from 5 to 13 years. Ms. Consolo’s involvement in this program gave her a basis for her insight into family dynamics and child issues. This relates to her current field of Family Law and has assisted her in understanding those issues, allowing her to better deal with the issues in her ongoing Family Law cases.
Ms. Consolo attended Villanova Law School, graduating with her Juris Doctorate in 1994. She was admitted as a member of the Pennsylvania Bar in December of 1994. During law school, Ms. Consolo began working for the law firm of Solomon, Berschler, Fabick, Campbell & Thomas. She stayed with that firm upon her completion of law school until April of 2005.
While with the law firm, Ms. Consolo developed her area of practice in Family Law. Ms. Consolo operated as a sole practitioner in the Norristown Area, from April of 2005 until April of 2008, at which time, she joined with Keith A. Harbison, Esquire forming their new firm, Consolo & Harbison. Although she practiced in the surrounding counties of Bucks, Delaware, Chester, and Philadelphia; Ms. Consolo has now limited her practice to the Montgomery County area.
In addition to her family practice, Ms. Consolo also works for the court through appointments dealing with parents who are subject to Children and Youth and Dependency proceedings in an attempt to reunite the families involved. She has been seen on television and in numerous newspapers as the result of her involvement in the return of a child to her father following a 3 and a half year absence as the result of kidnapping by her mother.
Ms. Consolo is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Ms. Consolo is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and Montgomery County Bar Association.
Keith A. Harbison, Esq.
Keith Harbison currently practices in the areas of criminal and civil law. Mr. Harbison routinely represents individuals in the areas of criminal law, both juvenile and adult offenses, which includes individuals charged with homicide by vehicle (both DUI and non-DUI), DUI, drug offenses, aggravated assault, simple assault, terroristic threats, theft, probation and parole violations, sex offenses, drivers’ license suspensions and traffic tickets. Mr. Harbison routinely obtains favorable non-trial dispositions for his clients. Mr. Harbison also has obtained “not guilty” verdicts in numerous cases, including clients charged with possession with intent to deliver drugs, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, theft offenses, aggravated indecent assault, endangering the welfare of children, indecent assault, terroristic threats and simple assault.
Mr. Harbison also represents individuals who are injured in motor vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, and assaults. Mr. Harbison has obtained numerous monetary settlements and verdicts for clients injured as a result of the negligence of others. In addition, Mr. Harbison practices in the areas of family law, protection from abuse matters, real estate, landlord-tenant law and contract law.
Mr. Harbison has been effectively representing clients before judges, juries and arbitration panels in Montgomery, Philadelphia, Bucks, Berks, Chester and Delaware counties since 1994.
Mr. Harbison is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Mr. Harbison is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and Montgomery County Bar Association.
Ian Michener, Esq.
Mr. Michener was raised in West Chester, Pennsylvania and graduated from Salesianum High School in 2002, whereupon he started his undergraduate career at Johns Hopkins University later transferring to Northeastern University, where he graduated magna cum laude as an English Major in 2009. He continued onto Northeastern University School of Law, graduating in 2012. While in law school, he held co-op positions with the Honorable Geraldine Hines of the Suffolk County, Massachusetts Superior Court, the Drug Policy Alliance’s Office of Legal Affairs in Berkeley, California, Massachusetts State Senator Karen Spilka, and a prominent solo practitioner in the Boston suburbs.
Upon graduating from law school, Mr. Michener returned to Pennsylvania and began working at a boutique Chester County law firm specializing in federal wage and hour class action lawsuits. Following his admittance to the Pennsylvania Bar in 2014, he held positions at JPMorgan Chase, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, KMKM Law Group, and Rick Linn. While at Rick Linn, Mr. Michener developed his practice of Family Law, Estate Planning, Criminal Defense and Intellectual Property. Mr. Michener practices in Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties.
Mr. Michener conducts a monthly legal clinic and community outreach program at the Phoenixville Public Library and works with the Pro Bono Section of the Berks County Bar Association. Mr. Michener is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Berks County Bar Association, and several Intellectual Property Law societies.