TCN is working to problem solve on our community needs, providing collaboration, partnership and leadership on issues that matter to all of us. It is a collaboration of non-profits, for-profits, and other interested community members who work together to solve community issues and service gaps by coordinating efforts. TCN also helps build capacity in all interested member organizations through support services and membership benefits.
As temperatures begin to cool down, custody battles are often heating up for those parents who cannot agree about where to send their children to school in the Fall. Should the child attend private or public school? What if both parents live in good school districts?
The Colonial Theatre is located right in the heart of downtown Phoenixville and has been a centerpiece of the community for over 100 years. Most recently, it has been one of the key anchors in the revitalization of Phoenixville’s downtown, providing arts and entertainment to the area’s residents.
Over the last decade there have been severe economic impacts to the value of real estate in Pennsylvania as well as the rest of the United States. Those severe impacts to the value of real estate have caused inaccurate assessments of commercial and residential real estate.
The Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities (PCRC or Cluster) provides tangible services, support and spiritual guidance addressing basic needs of people in Pottstown and throughout our region.
The law firm of O’Donnell, Weiss & Mattei, P.C. (OWM Law), 41 E. High Street, Pottstown, PA, and 347 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA, is very proud to announce that Rebecca A. Hobbs, Esquire has been named a ‘2017 Pennsylvania Rising Star’ by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Magazine and superlawyers.com.
Researching estate planning online may give you some good general information; however, filling out a fill-in-the-blank Will or Power of Attorney form without consulting an attorney is hazardous.
Answers to various questions regarding Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements.
Conducting business in an unincorporated, sole proprietorship form may offer the conveniences of little expense or formality typically associated with conducting business through a limited liability entity, but there are drawbacks to this approach of which you should be aware.