Hill Wallack LLP is pleased to announce that Barbara M. Kirk, partner in the firm’s Family Law and Municipal Law practice groups in the Yardley, PA. office, has been honored as Volunteer of the Month for January by Pennsbury Manor, the historic Colonial visitors’ center and museum in Morrisville.
Kirk concentrates her practice on the law of domestic relations, custody, and adoption. Her municipal practice includes the representation of several townships in Bucks County regarding such matters as property and zoning violations and contact disputes.
Pennsbury Manor is a reconstruction of Pennsylvania Founding Father William Penn’s home on the original site. The reconstruction, based upon archeological finds, written documents, and research of the period, was opened to the public in 1939. It includes modern-day Colonial craftspeople, who demonstrate their skills at open hearth cooking, blacksmithing, and agriculture. The Manor is operated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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