Bucks County

Bucks County Attorneys with Diverse Strengths

The law firm of O'Donnell, Weiss & Mattei, P.C. has served clients in Bucks County, PA for more than six decades, concentrating on many different fields of law, from personal injury and divorce cases to business, elder and estate law.

We take a team approach to each of our clients, with our attorneys taking pains to build personalized relationships with everyone who reaches out to us. Prospective clients should expect a rapid response from our attorneys, who will be more than happy to walk you through the intricacies of your case and help you reach the best possible outcome.

Bucks County Personal Injury Lawyers

The crack in the neighbor’s sidewalk. The wet floor at work. The drunk driver who crosses your path during your drive home.

We never know what life may throw at us, and sometimes these unpleasant surprises leave us with serious injuries.

When that happens, you need the help of an Bucks County personal injury lawyer. Whether you’re the one who one who’s been hurt, or you’re being blamed for an injury, the aftermath of an accident can be debilitating. Battling a lawsuit on top of it can be draining, both financially and emotionally.

If you’ve been hurt in an accident, and still recovering from injuries and facing lost wages, bills and other expenses, the Bucks County personal injury lawyers at OWM law can help.

Bucks County Family and Divorce Attorneys

Divorce is rarely an easy process, but it’s something that becomes substantially harder once it enters a courtroom. That’s why you need a Bucks County family law attorney on your side.

The family law attorneys at OWM Law are ready to provide you with calm, professional legal guidance during what will likely be a challenging time.

We can advise you on matters such as child custody and child support, while also offering mediation for couples who want to try to handle their divorce out of court.

Experienced Bucks County Real Estate Lawyers

Buying or selling real estate means making sure you’ve checked every box, crossed every T, dotted every I, etc.

You’re in the middle of what will likely be the biggest financial transaction of your life, and you should really think about having a Bucks County real estate lawyer by your side.

The real estate attorneys at OWM Law have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the business and legal aspects of real estate transactions.

Our work has helped us build an outstanding reputation among buyers, sellers and developers in the Bucks County area and beyond.

Whether you need help with tax assessments and appeals, lien issues, zoning cases, mortgage refinancing, property inspection preparation, handling real estate settlements, or providing title insurance, our team of Bucks County real estate attorneys can assist you.

Buying or selling a home will always be difficult, but our attorneys can help make the process at least a little bit easier.

Elder Law Guidance and Medicaid Applications in Bucks County

As we get older, we end up facing with several unique legal issues that younger people don’t need to deal with: powers of attorney, living wills, guardianship, and long-term care.

The Bucks County elder law attorneys at OWM Law have committed themselves to looking after the rights, dignity, and long-term health of the seniors in our community.

We employ Certified Elder Law Attorneys, lawyers who have achieved a level of certification in the field of elder law that few firms can match.

We will work for you and your family, whether you need to establish a living will, gain access to long-term care or set up a trust, will or guardianship.

Whatever your needs, our elder law attorneys can make sure you and your loved ones are protected.

Bucks County Estate Administration and Probate Lawyers

The death of a close family member can feel like the end of the world, and the last thing most people want to do in this kind of situation is to try to untangle their late loved one’s estate.

That’s where the probate lawyers of OWM Law can help. We’re ready to work with you and your family to ease the probate process, which begins when you register your loved one's will with the county's Register of Wills, so that you can transfer the deceased’s property.

Our Bucks County estate administration lawyers can make sure your late loved one's wishes are carried out. We know this is an emotional time, and that you may not be ready to tackle things like property title issues, creditors, or the complexity of the estate, all while dealing with your own sense of loss.

The probate lawyers at OWM Law can guide you on how inventory assets, deal with claims by creditors and against the estate and mediate with family members. With our help, you can make sure your loved one's wishes are met.

Business Law in Bucks County

From massive global operations to your family-owned corner store, every business has one thing in common: sooner or later, they’ll need a lawyer.

If you’re launching a business in Bucks County, OWM Law's business lawyers can help, whether it’s with setting up operations to drafting contracts to buying property. It doesn’t matter if you're a partnership, sole proprietorship, limited liability corporation, non-profit or joint venture, when you work with us, you'll quickly learn why many companies in the Bucks County area consider us a part of their team.

About Bucks County

Your travel and entertainment options are nearly limitless during a visit to the 622-square-mile Bucks County, a rural and residential region known as the Greater Philadelphia area’s northern countryside. Established in 1682, the Bucks County name is a nod to Buckinghamshire, an inland county of England that was once home to William Penn. Visitors to Bucks Country can even tour Pennsbury Manor, where William Penn lived during the late 17th-century. The county is also home to 12 covered bridges, nine wineries, and countless small towns with charming main streets. In the town of Lahaska, the 40-acre Peddler’s Village is a recreation of an 18th-century European shopping village. Other Bucks County destinations include the Sesame Place theme park and PARX Casino and Racecourse, known as the state’s top gaming destination.