York, PA – Just as you, we are committed to serving the community in which we live. Here is a look back on our involvement and the ways we gave back in 2013 through a combination of donations, sponsorships, and volunteerism.
First Friday’s at CGA equals Jeans for Charity, an initiative created to raise dollars for local charitable organizations and causes. With a small donation, members of our staff and attorneys leave their professional attire at home for the day and wear jeans to the office. Last year, donations from our Jeans for Charity Initiative totaled over $3,000.
From our attorneys to our staff, you’ll find us involved in the community with teams participating in Bowl for Kids Sake, to rocking out on stage for Kids Rock, and even sporting high heels for Walk A Mile in Her Shoes. We also volunteer our time and serve on the board of directors for numerous charitable and civic organizations.
York, PA – CGA Law Firm is pleased to announce attorney Brent C. Diefenderfer has been elected a member of the firm. “Brent is a highly skilled and talented attorney. We are fortunate that he has chosen to practice among us at CGA,” said Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer II, firm President.
Brent represents individuals and businesses in debt restructuring and bankruptcy and advises his clients on strategies that are appropriate to their unique situation. These strategies may include bankruptcy under Chapters 7, 11 and 13, creditor negotiation, mortgage loan modification or real estate short sale. Certified by the American Board of Certification (ABC) as a consumer bankruptcy specialist, Brent is one of only 25 attorneys to be certified in the Commonwealth.
Brent also provides legal counsel on estate planning, asset protection, residential real estate transactions and civil litigation. He advises businesses on entity formation, commercial leases, purchase agreements and asset acquisitions.
Prior to joining CGA Law Firm, Brent served four years as an active-duty Army Officer and Judge Advocate (JAG) Attorney and deployed to Iraq for one year with the 101st Airborne Division “Screaming Eagles”. He received his J.D. in 2004 from the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University.