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Lea E. Anderson
Named in the areas of “Collaborative Law: Family Law,” “Family Law,” and “Litigation – Trusts and Estates” since 2010
Since 2007, Lea has concentrated her family law practice in the methods of out-of-court alternative dispute resolution, including the methods of collaborative law. In addition to this practice, she is also an experienced litigator in traditional divorce matters, including equitable distribution, support and alimony issues, custody matters, property negotiation and settlement of marital claims. Her estate planning practice serves an array of needs, including the drafting of wills, testamentary, irrevocable and living trusts, advance health care directives, living wills and durable powers of attorney and compliments the needs of her family law and business clients.
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Jessica L. Crown
Named in the area of “Family Law” since 2018
Jessica has significant experience handling divorce, custody or support litigation, as well as drafting settlements and premarital agreements. She is also experienced in property negotiation and the settlement of other marital-related claims, including the division of family businesses. Along with handling traditional family law matters, Jessica’s practice includes the methods of Collaborative Law, a mediation-based process that solves disputes outside the courtroom. In addition to her family-related work, she also maintains an active Municipal and Real Estate practice.
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Daniel F. Gramc
Named in the area of “Real Estate Law” since 2010
With years of experience, Dan serves as the head of the Real Estate Law Group. His extensive real estate practice represents sellers, buyers, developers, lenders and municipalities on a variety of issues, including land use approvals, sales and acquisitions, leasing issues, loan documentation, and title matters. In addition to serving as the Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Law Group, he also serves as the firm’s President.
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Brian T. Lindauer
Named in the area of “Real Estate Law” since 2020
Serving as the Managing Partner of the firm, Brian advises commercial, individual and financial institution clients in a broad range of transactional matters, including real estate acquisitions and sales, lease negotiations, landlord and tenant matters, financing, loan documentation and real estate tax assessments. In addition to his Real Estate practice, he also maintains an active Business Law practice, where he counsels small to mid-size businesses in formation and operational matters.
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Michael G. McCabe
Named in the areas of “Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law” and “Real Estate Law” since 2019
Mike serves as primary counsel to a corporation engaged nationally in the business of purchasing and servicing the collection of local real estate tax and municipal liens. In addition to this work, he represents individuals, businesses and municipal corporations in commercial and residential real estate matters, zoning, eminent domain, real estate related litigation and creditor’s rights. Mike also serves as solicitor to numerous zoning hearing boards and as counsel to several municipal corporations in eminent domain and in municipal creditor’s rights matters.
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Charles M. Means
Named in the area of “Municipal Law” since 2012
With a primary focus in Municipal Law, Chuck serves as Solicitor and Special Counsel to many townships, boroughs, and authorities, as well as numerous water, sewage and recreation authorities throughout the region. He also represents municipalities and landowners in every aspect of zoning ordinance drafting and amendment, zoning hearing board proceedings including variances, special exceptions and appeals, zoning enforcement, subdivision and land development regulation and eminent domain.
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