George Elser represents individuals, families, small businesses and non-profit organizations. He focuses on meeting his clients needs and resolving their current problems while anticipating and preventing challenges they may face in the future.
Each client comes to me with unique goals and circumstances. For one client a transaction, such as buying a farm or starting a business, may be an everyday occurrence. For another client, this might be the first, and possibly only, opportunity to take part in such a transaction. As a result, while I may have handled many similar transactions, I do not consider any of my work to be routine.
My mission is to represent you honestly and with integrity. My work with you is a reflection of my own work and standards, as well as a reflection of how you choose to conduct your business and life. To represent you most effectively, I first try to understand your needs and goals. Part of my initial work will be to help you clarify those goals. Once this happens, you can expect a realistic assessment of your situation based on my knowledge and experience. This assessment may involve a legal analysis of your situation, along with analysis of the business, economic and personal implications of the steps you may want to take.
George is a Fellow of the American College of Equine Attorneys in Lexington, KY and is a member of the University of Kentucky’s annual Equine Law conference. Since 2000, he has organized and spoken on the conference panel addressing legal ethics. He has also spoken to groups about land conservation and about mediating disputes within families who are trying decide what to do with their land. George is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia.
In his home community, George is a former Trustee of Friends’ Central School in Wynnewood, PA. He was also a member and president of the Board of Trustees of Tredyffrin Public Libraries and served as a Board Member of Jenkins Arboretum and Gardens in Devon, PA.