Our team is here to help you understand your options and achieve your estate planning, long-term care, special needs planning, estate administration or small business planning goals. Each and every member of Marshall, Parker & Weber brings a unique perspective to our practice. We are extremely proud of the dedication and expertise our team has demonstrated for over 35 years.
Experts at Elder Law
When you hire Marshall, Parker & Weber, you are not just hiring a law firm. You are choosing an award-winning, inter-disciplinary team of professionals who will work with you during every step of your estate and long-term care planning process. We have two Certified Elder Law Attorneys and are extremely proud of the dedication and expertise our team has demonstrated for over 35 years.
Marshall, Parker & Weber’s Case Managers are experienced professionals who work with our attorneys to help create estate plans, and when appropriate, help you navigate government benefits like Medicaid.
We are proud to have two attorneys on our team who have been Certified as Elder Law Attorneys (CELAs) by the National Elder Law Foundation under authorization from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. A CELA is a lawyer who has met the highest standards required for certification as an elder law specialist by the National Elder Law Foundation. Few lawyers have the knowledge required to become certified. The passage rate on the certification exam in recent years has been under 30%.
Awards & Accolades
Our attorneys have won numerous awards and are frequently quoted by national publications on issues related to elder law, planning for owners of gas leases, special needs planning and estate planning.
Attorney Marshall’s book, Elder Law in Pennsylvania, was the recipient of the 2006 award for Outstanding Achievement in Publications chosen by the International Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA).
Attorney Matthew Parker has earned national acclaim with his win in a landmark decision in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in the spousal annuity case of James v. Richman. As a result, the case established specialized Medicaid annuities as a means of protecting the financial resources of married couples when one spouse needs nursing home care.
Unsure About What You Need in an Estate Plan?
Everyone can benefit from estate planning documents, but every situation is different. Figuring out what documents make sense for you can be challenging and confusing. We’ve created this estate planning tool to help you decide.