George holds this position following his father George B. Faller and grandfather John D. Faller, a great Faller tradition of service to the profession! He also follows a tradition of service of the shareholders of Martson Law Offices that have served as President of the Association: William F. Martson, John B. Fowler III, Daniel K. Deardorff, Thomas J. Williams, Ivo V. Otto III and Hubert X. Gilroy.
The Cumberland County Bar Association (CCBA) was formed by the adoption of its constitution and bylaws in 1901. The Association was incorporated on December 29, 1994. The Association’s purpose is to promote education, fellowship, and ethics among local lawyers and to foster public awareness of the legal system and the individual’s rights and responsibilities under our system.
Each of the attorneys who practice in the Carlisle office of Martson Law Offices are members of the CCBA. The attorneys in both our Carlisle and Thompsontown offices are involved in a broad spectrum of charitable, civic, and cultural activities, many of them serving in leadership positions in our communities.
The National Trial Lawyers Selects Petra Gross as One of Its Top 100 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyers in Pennsylvania For Immediate Release The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that Petra Gross of Martson Law Office has been selected for inclusion into its Top 100 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyers in Pennsylvania, an honor given […]
Summer is a great time to load up the family vehicle and hit the open road. The kids are out of school and you have vacation days to use. Why not use this opportunity to visit relatives or that amusement park you’ve been talking about visiting? Before you pack up the car, you should make […]
Divorce is a challenging process with many common misconceptions, especially regarding asset division. Most people believe they know what asset division means for their divorce proceeding. Usually, they are wrong. Below are three common myths about asset division in Pennsylvania. Myth #1: Separate bank accounts means separate property In Pennsylvania, the court relies on […]
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