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Jeffrey A Marshall,

Marshall, Parker and Weber

Jeffrey A Marshall,

Marshall, Parker and Weber

Jeffrey A Marshall,

Marshall, Parker and Weber

Jeff Marshall is the founder of Marshall, Parker & Weber, LLC. His principal area of practice is elder law including estate planning, long term care planning, and estate administration. He received his law degree in 1972 from Stanford University.

Attorney Marshall authored the first two editions of the award winning book, Elder Law in Pennsylvania, published PBI Press (www.pbi.org). In 2008 he received the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Excellence in Elder Lthe the elderly." 

Attorney Marshall was the 2008 recipient of the Elder Law Section’s Excellence in Elder Law Award  in recognition and appreciation of his superior professional efforts in the field of elder law, significant contributions to the legal profession and noteworthy service to the elderly. - See more at: http://www.paelderlaw.com/attorneys/jeffrey-a-marshall-esquire-cela-of-counsel/#sthash.e8Fqbl0K.dpuf

In 2014 Mr. Marshall was named as "Lawyer of the Year" in the field of Elder Law for Central and Northeastern Pennsylvania by US News Best Lawyers®.

Attorney Marshall is a founder and Past President of the Pennsylvania Association of Elder Law Attorneys and past chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Elder Law Committee. A native of Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, Attorney Marshall received his college degree in 1967 from Wesleyan University and his law degree from Stanford University Law School in 1972.  

Firm Description

With offices conveniently located in Williamsport and Jersey Shore (Lycoming County), and Plains (Luzerne County), Marshall, Parker & Weber is a group of lawyers and other professionals who help families with estate planning and administration and protecting their financial security from the cost of lifetime care. We prepare Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives, Beneficiary Designations, Deeds, Family Agreements, Probate documents, and other legal tools to help preserve our client's autonomy and follow thier wishes.  If needed, we help people find support and financing to meet their care needs and stay at home as long as possible. If nursing home care is needed, we show families how to pay for care without losing their homes and other assets.

If you have a spouse or parent who needs long-term care at home or in an institution, we can help you. Since 1980 we have helped thousands of Pennsylvania families protect their homes and life savings from the cost of long term care. For more information, call us toll free at 1-800-401-4552 or visit us on the internet at www.paelderlaw.com.

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