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Wills & Probate Lawyers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Albert L. Foster Jr.

Lawyer Albert L. Foster Jr. licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1992
Office: 1617 John F Kennedy Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Web site: www.pelino.com/bios/biography.asp?aid=51
PRACTICE AREA: Wills & Probate, Trusts & Estate Planning

Beverly A. Black

Lawyer Beverly A. Black licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1992
Office: (215)722-6080, Apartment B, Philadelphia, PA 19111
Office: 215-722-6080, 262A Bethlehem Pike, Colmar, PA 18915
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Real Estate Law, Criminal Defense, Wills & Probate, Health Care Law, Immigration Law

Brent F. Vullings

Lawyer Brent F. Vullings licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 2004
Office: 1603 Rhawn Street, Philadelphia, PA 19111
Web site: www.warrenvullingslaw.com/brent.html
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Wills & Probate, Trusts & Estate Planning

Clair M. Stewart

Lawyer Clair M. Stewart licensed to practice in New Jersey since 2001, Pennsylvania since 2001
Office: 21 S 12th Street #100, Philadelphia, PA 19107
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Bankruptcy Law, Wills & Probate

Clifford B. Cohn

Lawyer Clifford B. Cohn licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1977
Office: 215-545-9660, 620 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Office: 215-545-9660, 620 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Web site: CBCOHN.COM
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice, Wills & Probate, Litigation

David R. White Jr.

Lawyer David R. White Jr. licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1987
Office: 30 South 17th Street, Suite 1800, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Web site: www.finemanlawfirm.com/attorneys/bios/white_d.cfm
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Wills & Probate, Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning

David S. Workman

Lawyer David S. Workman licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1972
Office: 200 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Web site: www.astorweiss.com
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Wills & Probate, Trusts & Estate Planning

Dimitry A. Kaplun

Lawyer Dimitry A. Kaplun licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 2008
Office: 215-665-5772, Centre Square Building, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Web site: www.kaplunlaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Contracts, Wills & Probate, Business Law, Immigration Law, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Trusts & Estate Planning

Eugene H. Gillin

Lawyer Eugene H. Gillin licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1973
Office: (215)546-2653, 123 South Broad Street Suite 2102, Philadelphia, PA 19109
Web site: www.harkinsandharkins.com/bios.htm
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Wills & Probate, Trusts & Estate Planning

Frank B. Tracy

Lawyer Frank B. Tracy licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1973
Office: 215-557-2900, 1617 John F Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 1500, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Web site: www.mdmc-law.com
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Wills & Probate, Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning
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