I operate a sole practititioner law practice focused on each and every client. You will deal directly with me in every aspect of your case, from the initial telephone conversation to the court hearing or alternative resolution.
I return every phone call, I keep my clients informed, and I do everything in my power to get not only the desired but the best results.
There are few areas of the law that I do not handle. I can provide assistance and guidance through the entire legal process, no matter what the legal issue is.
You can take a look at a general overview of the types of matters I handle by clicking the Practice Areas link above. Even if it isn't listed feel free to contact me and ask if I can help.
News & Legal Updates
Some significant changes were made to the Pennsylvania Child Custody laws on January 24, 2011. While the standard used by the court remains the "best interests of the child," the analysis of that standard was modified. The court will examine 16 factors in making its decision as to the best environment for the child to succeed.
Beginning January 1, 2015, powers of attorney in the state of Pennsylvania will require two witnesses and notarization. Any power of attorney signed prior to January 1, 2015 will not need to meet these requirements, and there is no need to sign new ones simply to meet the new law's requirements.