Since 1968, our law firm has been delivering top-notch legal services to clients in Southeastern Pennsylvania. We pride ourselves on our comprehensive approach to addressing all of our clients’ legal needs.
Our extensive experience spans a broad range of legal matters including business law, estate planning, estate administration, wills, trusts, family law, personal injury, real estate bankruptcy, and criminal defense. Our firm also serves as a solicitor to several local townships, municipal authorities, and hearing boards.
We practice in the Courts of Common Please and local District Justice Counts in Montgomery, Chester and Berks Counties. Additionally, our attorneys are admitted to practice before the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the United States Bankruptcy Court.
We proudly serve clients in the Pottstown area as well as in the surrounding communities of Boyertown, Collegeville, Conshohocken, Downingtown, Douglassville, Exton, Gilbertsville, King Of Prussia, Lansdale, Limerick, Lower Pottsgrove, Phoenixville, Royerstford, Sanatoga, Stowe, Upper Pottsgrove, West Chester and more.
What is a General Practitioner?
A General Practitioner is a legal professional who practices in multiple areas of law rather than specializing in a specific field. They handle a wide range of legal matters, including but not limited to family law, criminal law, real estate law, and contract law.
What services does a General Practitioner provide?
A General Practitioner offers various legal services such as providing legal advice, drafting and reviewing contracts, representing clients in court, handling family law matters like divorce or child custody cases, assisting with estate planning, and addressing criminal law issues.
How is a General Practitioner different from a specialist lawyer?
Unlike specialist lawyers who focus on a specific area of law, a General Practitioner has a broad understanding of multiple legal disciplines. While specialists have in-depth knowledge in their chosen field, General Practitioners have a more general understanding of various legal areas.
When should I consult a General Practitioner?
You can consult a General Practitioner when you require legal assistance for general matters, need advice on multiple legal areas, or are still determining which specific type of lawyer to approach for your case. They can guide you and, if necessary, refer you to a specialist lawyer.
Can a General Practitioner handle complex legal cases?
Yes, General Practitioners are equipped to handle complex cases within their scope of practice. However, if a case requires expertise in a specialized area of law, they may refer you to a specialist lawyer with relevant experience.
How often should I consult a General Practitioner?
The frequency of consultations with a General Practitioner depends on your legal needs. You may consult them whenever you have a legal question or require legal services. Maintaining an ongoing relationship with a lawyer is advisable to address any future legal concerns.
Can a General Practitioner represent me in court?
Yes, General Practitioners are qualified to represent clients in court for various legal matters. However, their experience and comfort level in litigation may vary. It’s best to inquire about their courtroom experience and success rate before proceeding with legal representation.
Can a General Practitioner help with business-related legal issues?
Yes, General Practitioners can assist with business-related legal matters such as drafting contracts, resolving disputes, advising on legal compliance, and providing general business law guidance. They may refer you to appropriate specialists for specialized areas like intellectual property or tax law.
How much do General Practitioners charge for their services?
The fees charged by General Practitioners can vary based on factors such as the complexity of the case, the location, and the lawyer’s experience. Discussing the fee structure and payment arrangements with the lawyer during your initial consultation is advisable.
Our extensive experience includes estate planning, estate administration, trusts, business law, personal injury, family law, elder law, bankruptcy, criminal, and workers’ compensation.
We provide the level of expertise clients expect from a large firm, with the personal touches only a small firm can provide. State-of-the-art technology and cost-effective methods help us provide services in a timely and client-oriented manner.
1129 E. High St.
Pottstown, PA 19464
Phone: (610) 323-1400
P.O. Box 776
Pottstown, PA 19464