Top Bethel Park Land Use & Zoning Lawyers - Pennsylvania

  • 13 West Main Street,Suite 210 Waynesboro PA 17268 39.75592 -77.57805

    At DSS Law, our law firm is there to deliver knowledgeable counsel and representation for a wide array of legal concerns in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Estate planning and probate are two of our main areas of focus. We offer thorough planning services such as the creation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney and health care directives. Should any conflict arise, we leverage years of experience in...

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    20 West Main Street,P.O. Box 215 Fairfield PA 17320 39.78629 -77.36963

    Since 1984, Battersby Law Offices has earned the trust of people throughout the Adams, Franklin and Frederick counties of Pennsylvania. Our goal is to be a full-service law firm with small-town roots that you can count on for all your family law and estate planning needs. We handle divorce, child custody, child support, guardianships, adoptions, wills and trusts, and much more. In addition to...

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