Our Attorneys bring to you legal services in these areas: domestic, criminal defense, civil, administrative law proceedings, wills and estates, elder law, general civil practice, personal injury, car accident, workers’ compensation, social security, business-related issues, among other areas.
We encourage Ephrata residents and those nearby to contact us for their legal needs. We plan to continue our alliances with you, the Ephrata community, and the people that make the community work.
Finally, we hope to see you at our upcoming coffee/tea and donut morning hour or upcoming Open House. These dates and times will be forthcoming.
Thank you in advance, Ephrata and surrounding communities!
We would love to get to know you better: the community members, the Northern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce members, clients, Attorneys, the Borough personnel, Borough Council, Boards, Commissions, Administrative Staff, those that make up the Borough services and departments, and of course, our neighbors, the Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company, the Ephrata Borough Hall and the Hair Salon.
We hope to continuously enjoy our alliance with all of you. We hope the front door to our office never stops opening. We are looking forward to getting to know you: at our morning coffee/tea and donut hour, our Open House, or whenever you want to stop in to say “hello”.
Please give us some recommendations and suggestions. We not only want to work in the Ephrata community, but become a part of this community. Also, we plan to extend our pro bono legal services when possible. Please let us know your needs and thoughts.
We want to send a special thank you to our alliances who have assisted us through this process: the Northern Chamber leaders, Liz and Tara; a special thanks to Zach, to Jim, to the ENB crew; to the IT crew, and the phone crew. The list goes on and on. Stop by at any time. Our door will always be open.
From all of us at Pyfer Reese Straub Gray & Farhat PC.
CDL holders can suffer dire consequences from seemingly innocuous tickets.
Commercial drivers depend on their license to make their living. Commercial driver’s licenses (“CDLs”) require those who hold them to operate their vehicles with a higher standard of care. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation closely monitors them to assure that they do.
Even seemingly minor traffic tickets can have profound effects on someone who holds a commercial driver’s license. Some offenses can even result in lifetime disqualification for the first offense.
Have you noticed more people are getting outdoors? Even before spring temperatures arrived, getting outdoors became more popular. State park attendance increased from 37 million in 2019 to more than 46.9 million in 2020 during the pandemic, according to recent poll results provided by The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR).
With increased outdoor activity comes an increased risk of pedestrian accidents, not only in areas where parks and trailways are abundant but also in metropolitan areas.
What if a car hits you while you’re enjoying the outdoors? What if you are the driver who hits a pedestrian coming out of a trailway or at a crosswalk? May we suggest that you reach out to a local pedestrian accident lawyer as soon as possible to make sure your rights and options are protected.
The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970, with millions of Americans holding rallies and marches to increase environmental awareness in America. This History Channel article shares more about its origin and about the milestones along the way to this 51st-year anniversary.
We value our office and administrative professionals and their ability to keep our office running smoothly. We recognize them as advocates for our industry and respected liaisons between our partners and staff.
Our legal administrative assistants support our paralegals and lawyers by keeping office operations efficient, managing schedules, by helping to prepare legal and management reports, and many other duties that typically take place “behind the scenes.” Our administrative professionals are crucial to this law firm’s success.
Yes. If you are pulled over and have a medical marijuana card, that card does not prevent the police from charging you with driving under the influence.
If the police have probable cause to stop you on suspicion of DUI, they can require a blood test. Any person who drives in Pennsylvania implicitly consents to chemical tests to determine the presence of a controlled substance if required by the police.
There are many compelling reasons to review your Estate Plan. The impact of COVID-19 is currently among the most important reasons. We offer specific factors here. The attorneys at Pyfer Reese are ready to assist you with your Estate Plan needs.
In reviewing your Estate Plan, you may want to consider the following:
It has been nearly a year since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a world pandemic due to its spread throughout the world and the severity of the illness for some of the infected individuals. While the COVID-19 outbreak has affected every aspect of American life, it has brought new challenges for parents whose children are governed by a custody order.
A family living in an intact unit or single household face the challenges of creating effective social distancing plans, cleaning routines, and rules about masking. While this is difficult, coordinating between two households may seem impossible. However, with common sense, cooperation, and the guidance of health care providers, we can keep our children safe and connected with all members of their families.
Child safety is a key concern and an important topic for our law firm. It’s why we provided a blog and the news source, “COVID-19 May Increase Cyberbullying in Pennsylvania” as a helpful resource to residents of Lancaster and York counties.
We recently received confirmation from a reader that it is, indeed, a resource worth sharing, as concerned parents and guardians navigate the increasing use of technology among minors.