Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania Business Lawyers
Pennsylvania Business Law Lawyer
Pennsylvania Business Law Attorney with 17 years experience
Concord Law's model is designed for the needs of small to mid-size businesses. We will visit a client's office to discuss, assess, and counsel on legal concerns for their business. With recurring visits on reserved days and times, this segment of the business community can have access to consistent legal services at affordable and manageable rates.
Mr. Maroto primarily concentrates his attention on the Firm’s growing business and estate law areas of practice and caters to those clients whose cases present problems...
Walnut Building - Suite A
West Chester, PA 19380
Villanova University School of Law, Villanova University School of Law and Rutgers School of Law-Camden
After practicing at the law firm of Snyder and Snyder for three years, Murray practiced alone for a short time. Thereafter, he, along with Don Sparks, formed Eckell & Sparks in the spring of 1964 which was the genesis of the present law firm. During his first 15 years of practice, Murray engaged in the...
Matthew currently serves as an Assistant County Solicitor in Delaware County’s Office of the Solicitor. Previously, he acted as Solicitor for the Marple Township Zoning Hearing Board.
Matthew is a member of both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars. He has conducted CLEs...
Malvern, PA 19355
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