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Attorney Kristen was a great resource to me during my long and difficult immigration proceedings. She... more
Pittsburgh  Kristen A Schneck

Kristen Schneck

Pittsburgh, PA Immigration
Avvo rating 7.8
He made my divorce as easy as it was going to be lol It was money well spent. The site was so easy to... more
Pittsburgh  James David Cairns III

James Cairns

Pittsburgh, PA Uncontested Divorce
Avvo rating 6.9
We were referred to Noah of which became a blessing for us. It's sometimes an uneasy feeling working with... more
Pittsburgh  Noah Paul Fardo

Noah Fardo

Pittsburgh, PA Medical Malpractice
Avvo rating 10.0
Not only was she knowledgable but she was fair and honest. If battles should not be tackled, she gave proper... more
Pittsburgh  Anna Marie Ciardi

Anna Ciardi

Pittsburgh, PA Family
Avvo rating 7.6
My entire experience was outstanding. Tim clearly explained the process and promptly answered all my... more
Pittsburgh  Timothy John Abeel Jr.

Timothy Abeel

Pittsburgh, PA Lemon Law
Avvo rating 9.6
A few weeks ago I had Matt Brennan do some legal work for my mother and me. He was most professional, and... more
Pittsburgh  Matthew M. Brennan

Matthew Brennan

Pittsburgh, PA Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 6.6
A person purchased our mortgage and we were being overcharge, a lot. Michael not only help us figure this out... more
Pittsburgh  Michael Howard Marks

Michael Marks

Pittsburgh, PA Probate
Avvo rating 6.7
They did an excellent job with our 601 waiver which was approved. Although Valerie was our attorney we... more
Pittsburgh  Valerie L. May

Valerie May

Pittsburgh, PA Immigration
Avvo rating 9.0

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practicing lawyers in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is one of small number of cities that use the "burgh" spelling rather than "burg." In 1890, the United States Board on Geographic Names decided that the "H" was to be removed from all cities ending in "burgh."

Official city documents ignored this decision, and continued to the use the Pittsburgh spelling regardless.

In 1911, the Geographic Names Board finally relented. In the face of numerous complaints from Pittsburgh residents, the name of the city was officially reverted back to Pittsburgh. However, confusion over the spelling of the city remains to this day.