Greystone Legal Associates, P.C.
The Right Questions – Straight Answers
Going to a lawyer is like going to a doctor – no one does so because things are going well. If you find yourself with your business, livelihood or reputation on the line, you need a legal partner with experience, strength, ingenuity and integrity. You are entitled to straight answers, candor and loyalty. We have been providing that kind of representation for 40 years in cases in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia and, more recently, Arizona. We have garnered the highest ratings for both professional ability and ethics.
We have substantial experience assisting out-of-state counsel with matters in state and federal courts in Western Pennsylvania, and would be pleased to provide references to those seeking the assistance of local counsel.
The opportunity to discuss your legal situation with you will be appreciated. We do not charge for initial consultations.
Click below to find out more about our specific areas of practice:
Is a Firearms Trust for You?In recent years there has been a great deal of interest in the use of a trust to purchase and hold firearms regulated under the National Firearms Act (“NFA”). These trusts have been variously referred to as “firearms trusts,” “gun trusts,” “NFA trusts,” and “NFA weapons trusts.” Click here to read more.
Were You Cheated Out of Your Gas and Oil Rights?As a rule, a deal’s a deal. That is not the case, however, where one is induced to enter into a lease or sale by way of false representations, threats or coercion. Click here to read more.
You Can Afford Justice – How to Finance Your CaseJustice is expensive. The cost of litigation has long since risen to the point where only large corporations, insurance companies and the wealthiest individuals can afford to press a just cause – and they know it. Click here to read more.
Problems Passing An “Instant Check”Many is the person who has gone into his local gun store to purchase a firearm, or the local Sheriff’s office to obtain or renew a license to carry concealed, and has unexpectedly been denied. Click here to read more
Firearms Law and InheritanceThere is probably no consumer product as heavily regulated as firearms. State and federal statutes govern every conceivable aspect of the purchase and sale of anything that shoots (and some things that don’t). Click here to read more.
Avoiding Extortionate “Preferential Transfer” Claims Following Commercial BankruptciesThe spate of bankruptcies by large steel producers in the late 1990’s gave smaller suppliers fits. Owners of smaller businesses helplessly watched important accounts receivables suddenly disappear. Click here to read more.