Business & Commercial Law
If you run your own business, a business attorney is essential to create and examine contracts, as well as advise you on legal matters. If you’re just getting started, a business formation attorney can ensure your business is compliant and ready to open its doors. Whether you are a small organization in need of a small business lawyer or a larger corporation with larger legal needs, MPL Law Firm has years of experience handling business law cases for companies of all sizes.
Real Estate & Municipal Law
From representing owners and developers in a variety of commercial and industrial real estate transactions to assisting local government agencies, zoning boards and municipal leaders in critical aspects of governance, MPL Law Firm has a wealth of experience — and a proven track record — in all aspects of real estate and municipal law.
Few people want to dwell on what will become of their assets when they pass on. However, advance planning can make a monumental difference to your family and loved ones should anything happen unexpectedly. Estate planning encompasses multiple decisions, many of which require specific legal knowledge to ensure they are made wisely.
Since our firm’s founding, we have been based in York and provide criminal law services for clients throughout the central PA area. Unlike larger law firms that treat you like a case number, we are committed to hearing your side of the story and working with you to determine the appropriate course of action. We believe a close relationship and excellent communication between a criminal lawyer and their client is essential.
In fact, many of our clients have been with the firm since its founding. Along the way, more people have trusted our team to represent them on multiple occasions, including criminal, business and real estate law cases.
Family lawyers can help with a wide range of matters, but are most commonly sought out when your family is going through a big life change that requires legal guidance.
When you go through a separation, you may need the advice of an attorney if you decide to proceed with a divorce. An attorney can help you determine what you need for your case and discuss things with you such as equitable distribution, which refers to how you divide your possessions when you divorce.