MacElree Harvey, Ltd.
Initiative in Practice
Size of Organization: 28
Year Established: 1973Web Site: http://www.macelree.com
Fax: 610-430-7885; 610-429-4486
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MacElree Harvey, Ltd. is a full service law firm with over twenty-five attorneys providing exceptional service to clients in both Pennsylvania and Delaware. One of the oldest and largest firms in Chester County, MacElree Harvey is organized in four departments: Business, Litigation, Estate Planning and Administration, and Land Use and Zoning. MacElree Harvey's attorneys represent businesses and individuals in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties in Pennsylvania and throughout Wilmington and the entire state of Pennsylvania and Centreville, Delaware (just outside of Wilmington). Our attorneys assist clients in dozens of practice areas, including; Family Law (Adoption, Child Custody, Divorce, and Pre-Nuptial Agreements); Estate Planning, Estate Administration and Estate and Orphans' Court Litigation; Business, Corporate and Non-Profit Law; Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice; Criminal Law; Labor and Employment Law; Banking and Finance; Debtor and Creditor Law; Real Estate' Environmental; Commercial Litigation; Immigration; Subdivision, Land Development and Zoning; Trademarks and Copyrights; Tax; and University Housing Development.
MacElree Harvey has had a long-standing reputation for Initiative. It's a reputation earned from over a century of hard work and diligent service. For every client. In ever matter. Every day.
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