Professional Directory

Here you’ll find the complete directory of the talented legal, financial, and mental health professionals who make up the Collaborative Professionals. Click on any entry to learn more about that person.

Heather Jay-Boardman, MSW, LCSW

Mental Health Professional

Wormleysburg

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Christine Taylor Brann, Esquire

Attorney, Mediator

Hershey

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Loreen Burkett, Esq.

Attorney, Mediator

Lebanon

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Debra Denison Cantor, Esquire

Attorney, Mediator

Harrisburg

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Timothy J. Colgan, Esquire

Attorney, Mediator

Dillsburg, Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, York

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Gregory Crumling

Financial Professional

York

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James R. Demmel, Esquire

Attorney, Mediator

New Cumberland

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Susan E. Good, Esquire

Attorney

Lemoyne

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Susan E. Grosh, Esquire

Attorney

Lancaster

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Kara W. Haggerty

Attorney

Mechanicsburg

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Kim Lee Kenawell, MSFS, AWMA, CDFA, CRPC

Financial Professional, Mediator

Mechanicsburg

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Carli Lehr

Financial Professional

Camp Hill, Lancaster

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Ann V Levin

Attorney, Mediator

Lemoyne

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Teresa C. Marino

Attorney, Mediator

Harrisburg, Lancaster, York

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Karen W. Miller, Esquire

Attorney, Mediator

Camp Hill

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Pamela L. Purdy

Attorney, Mediator

Lemoyne

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Adriann Reed, CPA, CFE, CVA

Financial Professional

Harrisburg, Lancaster, Mechanicsburg

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Richard J. Shoch, Esquire

Attorney

Northumberland

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Sherry Voithofer

Financial Professional, Mediator

Camp Hill, Harrisburg, Hershey, Hummelstown, Lancaster, Lemoyne, Mechanicsburg, New Cumberland, York

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Casey Welsh, Esquire

Attorney

Camp Hill

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The members of CPCP are independent attorneys/professionals who have been trained in the Collaborative Law Process. CPCP member attorneys are not affiliated with each other for the joint practice of law unless they are identified as members of the same law firm. No conflicts of interest are imputed between CPCP members who are members of different law offices. Except for those attorneys who are members of the same law firm, CPCP members retain complete autonomy, render professional advice to their respective clients on an individual and separate basis, and are not restricted in referring, handling or accepting cases, including the representation of an individual where the other party to a dispute is represented by another member of CPCP. CPCP member attorneys who are affiliated with one another as members of the same law firm may not represent any individual where the other party to the conflict is represented by any other member of their law firm. The CPCP member attorneys have shared in the cost of this brochure to provide information to the general public regarding the Collaborative Law Process in Central Pennsylvania. * These members will give a free 15 minute Process only consultation to discuss Collaborative Law and other options. This consultation will not discuss details of your individual case.