Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP is pleased to announce that Julia G. Vanasse (known as “Julie”) has joined the firm’s Family Law practice group. She returns to private practice after serving for almost 20 years as a Lancaster County Divorce Master, where she presided over numerous divorce cases during her tenure. Prior to being appointed

Kim Carter PatersonRussell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP is pleased to announce that Kim Carter Paterson has joined the firm’s expanding Trusts and Estates practice group. Kim previously served clients in Lancaster and surrounding communities for more than 20 years in private practice with Blakinger Thomas and will continue to provide personal service with the added convenience of

Columbia-Wrightsville bridgeFriday, June 28 marks the 150th Anniversary of the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge Burning. On this night the Confederate troops were positioned to cross the Susquehanna River to invade Harrisburg, and then Lancaster and Philadelphia.  Their plans were derailed when Union troops retreating from York joined members of the Pennsylvania militia and a company of African

Today is Lancaster County’s first 24-hour online giving challenge. The Lancaster County Community Foundation has set aside $250,000 to match a portion of donations made to preregistered nonprofits on November 30, 2012.  There will also be an additional $50,000 in prizes offered throughout the day.  
 
You can make your donation at www.extragive.org today

As we approach the end of National Estate Planning Awareness Week we hope you will reflect on the status of your estate plan. Proper estate planning can help secure your future by ensuring that your assets are distributed in the way you desire,  providing direction in the event of incapacitation, determining care for your children,

In honor of Labor Day, Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP will be closed on Monday, September 3, 2012 , as we celebrate the dedication and achievements of the American worker. The first Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882 in New York City as planned by the Central Labor Union. In the 1800s