Thank you, Indiana County! The readers of the Indiana Gazette and Blairsville Dispatch have spoken – and you voted Chriswell Law Offices as “Best Attorney” in the 2021 Reader’s Choice Awards. As we begin our …
Attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses the often complicated process of setting up a commercial business, and some of the steps to consider if you are planning to open a business.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell, on Marshall Law, has a warning for people to avoid real estate scams.
Attorney Chriswell introduces us to “guardian ad litem,” a legal term that is very important for those who may have mental challenges, especially children.
Attorney Chriswell says people selling or buying real estate have some pretty technical legalities they should pay attention to, and an attorney is an essential part of the equation.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses consumer protection laws, and how they protect both the consumer and the provider.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell talks about a troubling question for many people: What are the legal steps that need to be taken when a loved one passes away?
Attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses parents’ issues when preparing for the ongoing care of their disabled children.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell discussed an interesting real estate legal snafu that developed recently. It serves as a cautionary tale against do-it-yourself lawyering.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses “Zoom hearings,” the practice of conducting court proceedings remotely.
Pennsylvania Attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses the various issues surrounding divorce.
On this latest segment of Marshall Law, attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses child custody over the holidays.
On “Marshall Law,” attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses “legal standing” in lawsuits.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell, on “Marshall Law,” talked about estate planning during a divorce.
When a single parent gets married, they often wonder “can my new spouse adopt my child?” This is especially true when the child’s other biological parent has not been involved in the child’s life for …