PRACTICE AREAS

Overview of our fields of law

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Business Law

The three most dangerous words in the English language are “Open for Business.” With the American dream comes great liability and responsibility… (continued)

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Civil Litigation

Civil litigation provides clients a method to decide disputes involving torts, contractual disputes and other matters which are not criminal in nature… (continued)

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Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation is a broad topic that covers most legal issues that business entities might run into such as disputes regarding contracts, fraud and deceptive trade practices, and more… (continued)

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Criminal Law

We have attorneys that focus on criminal defense litigation. Whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, you will receive the same high level of representation. Facing criminal charges is a stressful situation… (continued)

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Employment Law

We represent employees and employers in cases involving unemployment compensation and wrongful termination. In Pennsylvania, many wrongful termination cases end up being unemployment cases… (continued)

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Estate and Probate

Estate planning is often thought of as one of the most difficult tasks you’ll face in your lifetime. If you carefully draft and maintain the proper estate documents, you can have the final say in what happens to your property upon your death… (continued)

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Family Law

Family law regulates the legal relationships of people who are connected to each other by marriage, civil unions, family and relations, or where there is a custodianship, trusteeship or legal guardianship in place… (continued)

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Real Estate Law

We represent homeowners, home buyers, home sellers, and landowners in a variety of transactions and disputes involving residential property – including home purchases, foreclosures, neighbor disputes, zoning compliance, land use, title insurance and much more… (continued)

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Workers’ Compensation

Hiring a lawyer in a workers’ compensation case is not required but it is difficult to handle a workers’ compensation case on your own. The insurance company will hire trained adjustors who work with defense attorneys… (continued)

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