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Commitment To Excellence

SLS is committed to providing clients with quality legal counsel and prompt and courteous service. We are New Cumberland’s oldest and largest law firm tracing its beginnings to a storefront on Bridge Street in 1932. We actively serve and promote New Cumberland and the surrounding communities. Our clients range from
young families buying their first house and writing their first will, to real estate investors and builders, and elderly individuals needing help with estate planning and elder law issues. Many of our clients are second and third generation clients.

What Our Clients Say

“It is always a pleasure working with David Stone and his staff. All aspects of the transaction are handled with care and professionalism. In a real estate transaction today, there are many obstacles that can come about. We are always able to rely on them to help us overcome any situation that presents itself, and ultimately bring a successful outcome. Stone LaFaver & Shekletski is the law office that we trust exclusively.”

John & Jamie Esser, Realtors Re/Max Realty Associates, Inc.

“As a financial planner, I am confident that the attorneys at Stone LaFaver & Shekletski will handle the estate planning and estate administration needs of my clients with care and expertise. I know that when I refer clients to David and Jerry, my clients will receive prompt and professional service at a reasonable rate.”

Edward Gormley, Susquehanna Financial Advisors

The Basics of Estate Administration

After the death of a loved one, it is not only necessary to deal with the emotional issue of grieving for the loss of a family member or friend, but also with the financial issues associated with administration...  Read More...

Power of Attorneys and Living Wills-What are they? Do I need one?

We are often asked about powers of attorney and why is it necessary to sign one when the client is healthy. Furthermore, the disclosure on the first page of the power of attorney frightens people. Clients...  Read More...