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Peacock Keller Adds Estate Planning and Administration Attorney Eva P. Hershey to Roster
Southwestern, Pa. Law Firm Expands with New Associate Concentrating on Estates, Wills and Trusts
Ms. Hershey’s practice encompasses a variety of estate planning and estate administration matters, including wills, trusts, deeds, powers of attorney, advance directives, medical consent forms for minors, buy-sell agreements, antenuptial agreements and asset disposition through lifetime giving, charitable bequests and other vehicles. Prior to joining Peacock Keller, Ms. Hershey worked as a trust officer with PNC Bank, N.A. She previously served as a law clerk for the late Honorable Mark Mascara, Judge of the Washington County, Pa., Court of Common Pleas.
“We are delighted to add Ms. Hershey to our talented group of estate administration and estate planning lawyers,” said Peacock Keller Partner Douglas R. Nolin. “The addition of capable practitioners such as Ms. Hershey ensures that our clients will continue to receive unparalleled legal counsel and representation.”
Ms. Hershey is a 2008 graduate of Duquesne University School of Law. She is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the Pennsylvania and Washington County Bar Associations. Ms. Hershey earned her undergraduate degree from Lehigh University in 2005, where she studied earth and environmental science and economics.
About Peacock Keller – Peacock Keller, located in Washington County, is among the largest and longest established full-service law firms in Southwestern Pennsylvania. The firm provides corporate and individual clients with experienced and knowledgeable legal services at affordable rates, helping to solve legal problems while avoiding future legal issues. Peacock Keller attorneys provide mediation services and sound legal counsel in the areas of business, corporate and nonprofit law; civil, insurance and medical malpractice litigation; coal, oil, gas, shale gas, mineral and energy law; construction law; elder law; employment law; estate administration and planning; guardianship;