Lebanon, PA – 2015 marks the 75th Anniversary of Lebanon-based law firm, Reilly Wolfson Sheffey Schrum & Lundberg, LLP. Since the firm was founded by William H. Egli in 1940, Reilly Wolfson has grown with the Lebanon Valley. The firm’s long history includes representing clients in all types of residential and commercial real estate transactions, which is why it opened Lebanon Title Company in 1954. Today, the firm offers both breadth and depth of legal experience to help individuals and businesses. The firm’s practice areas include business, healthcare, municipal, labor and employment law, estate planning and administration, trusts, family law, personal injury, bankruptcy, litigation, and criminal defense.
During its 75-year history, the firm has provided Lebanon County with two judges including Thomas Gates, who served on the bench from 1960 to 1990 and John Walter, who retired in 1995 after 20 years of service.
Rooted in in the Lebanon Valley, many of the firm’s partners were born and raised in the area. “We live and work here, our children go to school here, and we belong to and actively participate in a wide variety of community activities,” said Fred Wolfson, partner. “The spirit of community service has driven our firm from its earliest days. As attorneys, we serve on local boards and commissions. As citizens and parents, we support schools, community groups and service organizations in the Lebanon Valley,” he added.
Reilly Wolfson has eight partners; Frederick S. Wolfson, Timothy D. Sheffey, Loren A. Schrum, Paul A. Lundberg, Paul C. Bametzreider, Michelle R. Calvert, Colleen S. Gallo, and Peggy M. Morcom, and two associates; Corey M. Lamoureux and John W. Ditzler. The firm maintains an office in Lebanon at 1601 Cornwall Rd.