Douglas K. Marsico is a graduate of West Chester University and the Widener... more
Douglas K. Marsico is a graduate of West Chester University and the Widener University School of Law. His primary concentration is in criminal defense, DUI defense, traffic violations and driver's licensing matters. He is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and the United State District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania. Mr. Marsico began his law career as law clerk to the Honorabl... view profile
My practice concentrates in real estate litigation, residential and commercial... more
My practice concentrates in real estate litigation, residential and commercial transactions (representing buyers and sellers) and professional negligence defense (representing brokers, appraisers, accountants, attorneys and other licensed professionals). I am general counsel to the Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS, the Greater Harrisburg Association of REALTORS and formerly general counsel ... view profile
Neil E. Hendershot focuses his practice in the areas of elder law, personal estate... more
Neil E. Hendershot focuses his practice in the areas of elder law, personal estate planning, guardianships, POAs (agency) healthcare directives, estate trust administration, and Orphans' Court (PA probate court) litigation. He writes the PA Elder, Estate Fiduciary Law Blog. See: http://paelderestatefiduciary.blogspot.com/ He has taught at Widener University School of Law (Harr... view profile
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