Monday, March 22, 2010

Dethlefs-Pykosh Law Group, LLC Expands with Addition of Five New Associate Attorneys

Full-service law firm, based in Camp Hill, welcomes team of new attorneys with particular expertise in areas of estate planning, family law and criminal law

Camp Hill, PA (PRWEB) March 22, 2010 -- Dethlefs-Pykosh Law Group, LLC, a full-service law firm that has been serving the legal needs of clients in Pennsylvania since 1993, has significantly expanded its depth with the recent hiring of new associate attorneys.

The law firm is based in Camp Hill, Penn. and has additional offices in York, Penn. Lancaster, Penn. and West Chester, Penn. The firm's primary areas of practice include real estate law, bankruptcy law, workers' compensation law, personal injury law, family law, aviation law and criminal law.

The five recent additions to the firm include:

  • Paul Daggs - an estate planning and estate litigation attorney;
  • David Dagle - a criminal defense attorney;
  • Patrick Ivkovich - a business law attorney;
  • Trudy Marietta Mintz - an employment and family law attorney; and
  • Charles Thomas - a criminal defense attorney

"Our recent growth made it essential for us to expand the size of our team and the addition of these talented attorneys will significantly improve our ability to serve our clients' diverse legal needs," said Darrell Dethlefs, founding partner of Dethlefs-Pykosh Law Group. "For nearly two decades, our firm has thrived by staying true to a very simple business principle: be honest and work hard. These new lawyers in our firm will help us extend this philosophy to a wider range of clients in Pennsylvania."

Dethlefs-Pykosh Law Group, LLC is a full-service law firm. The law office opened on January 1, 1993 and recently relocated its headquarters to a new office building in Camp Hill, Penn. For more information, please go to or call toll-free 800.287.1202.


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