CGA Law Firm is proud to announce that Attorney Timothy J. Bupp has been inducted into the York County Community Foundation‘s (YCCF) Professional Advisor Recognition Society. The Society was established to publicly recognize and thank those who have helped their clients achieve their charitable goals through the YCCF.
Attorney Bupp is a founding member of YCCF’s Agriculture and Land Preservation Committee, and also chairs YCCF’s Resource Development Committee as one of his responsibilities as a YCCF board member. He is passionate about the benefits of creating a legacy at the YCCF and advocates the value of the Foundation to his peers (versus creating private foundations/other vehicles).
Attorney Bupp holds multiple certifications in estate planning and has considerable experience in advising clients on estate administration and probate of wills. He also provides his clients with personalized legal counsel in elder law, Medicaid and related health care matters. Attorney Bupp has practiced in the Orphans Court and has assisted clients in resolving estate disputes, probate claims, will contests, trust litigation, guardianships and similar matters.
He also practices extensively in municipal law and has represented townships, boroughs, authorities, zoning hearing boards and other municipal entities. Attorney Bupp also has represented individuals and businesses in appearances before municipalities and their boards for zoning variances, special exceptions, subdivisions and other municipal matters. Attorney Bupp also practices in the areas of business and corporate law and real estate law.
A lifelong resident of southern York County, Attorney Bupp provides counsel regarding farmland preservation issues, estate planning for farm owners and farm families and related agricultural law issues. Having come from a farm background, he has served on the boards of directors for the Farm & Natural Lands Trust of York County and the Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education.
Congrats on this wonderful honor, Tim!