About This FirmUNRUH, TURNER, BURKE & FREES was founded in 1990 with a commitment to provide its clients with the highest quality legal representation. We strive to develop and maintain long-lasting relationships with our clients by responding promptly to client needs and providing effective representation on an ongoing basis. The firm has earned a reputation for competence and integrity among its clients and the legal community.
Our primary practice areas include commercial litigation, commercial transactions, creditors' rights, estate and trust planning and administration, general business representation, labor and employment law, municipal and school law, real estate transactions, taxation, and zoning and land use. In addition, attorneys in the firm provide a broad range of services in administrative law and other civil litigation.
Areas of Law
- Real Estate
- Creditors Rights
- Estate Administration
- School Law
- Municipal Law
- Civil Litigation
- Employment Law.
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Average Peer RatingBased on this firm's rated lawyers4.6 out of 5.0Legal Knowledge4.5Analytical Capabilities4.5Judgement4.5Communication Ability4.5Legal Experience4.5
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Firm DetailsYear Established1990Firm Size22Partnership Information
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All members and associates are members of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.ClientsAvon Grove School District, Bentley Homes, Ltd.; Berwind Properties, Inc.; Birmingham Township Zoning Hearing Board; Brandywine Conservancy; C.E. Hough Associates; Citizens Bank; Controller of Chester County; County of Chester, Department of Community Development; B.J. Drueding Builders; East Bradford Township; East Goshen Zoning Hearing Board; East Whiteland/Tredyffrin Joint Transportation Authority; Haller Custom Homes; The Hankin Group; Heritage Building Group Inc.; Human Services, Inc.; J. Loew & Associates, Inc.; London Grove Municipal Authority; Malvern Federal Savings Bank; The McKee Group, Inc.; New Century Bank; Newlin Zoning Hearing Board; The Nolen Group, Inc.; Philips Brothers Electrical Contractors, Inc.; Phoenixville Borough; Phoenixville Federal Bank & Trust; Pocopson Township; Pohlig Builders, Inc.; ReMax Professional Realty; Royal Bank America; Southdown Homes; Thomas Chevrolet, Inc.; Vaughan and Sons Builders, Inc.; Vintage Development Co.; West Chester Area School District; West Chester Business Improvement Authority; West Goshen Sewer Authority; Wilmington Trust of Pennsylvania.