Top Pittsfield ADR, Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers - Pennsylvania
From our office in Wexford, Pennsylvania, the attorneys at the Dornish Law Offices, PC, provide exceptional representation to a diverse range of clients throughout Allegheny County and the surrounding areas of the Northern Pittsburgh metro region who have legal needs involving any of the following practice areas: • Real estate law and real estate closing services • Construction law...
Houston Harbaugh, P.C. is a business law and litigation firm serving large national companies, insurers, privately-held businesses, health care organizations, banking institutions, employers, professional corporations and their members. The firm ranks among the 20 largest law firms in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and among the top 100 in the Commonwealth. Since its founding in 1975, the firm has...
The attorneys at Notaro Calabrese & Epstein, P.C. have nearly 20 years of experience helping people with all aspects of family law. Our nearly two decades of experience make us one of the most experienced options in Pittsburgh. Each of our attorneys received their education in Pennsylvania and had been explicitly trained to handle family law cases. Our firm cares about the Pittsburgh...
I am attorney Elisabeth Pride, and I represent individuals in Pittsburgh and throughout southwestern Pennsylvania in family law matters. My background as a trial lawyer gives me the skills to represent in court individuals who are unable to reach an out-of-court settlement during the divorce process. However, I believe that it is in almost every client’s best interest to settle out of court if...
We affectionately refer to our Thompsontown branch office as “Martson North.” Our branch office is located at 621 West Main Street, Thompsontown, Pennsylvania. Martson North opened on January 3, 2017, and is a full-service law firm located in the heart of Thompsontown, Juniata County. Seth Mosebey, Esquire, a shareholder with Martson Law Offices, manages the Thompsontown office....
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