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Family Law Seminar: Divorce, Child Custody, and Support

access_time Posted on: July 29th, 2021

Join us in-person for this Leadership Luncheon presented at the York County Economic Alliance.

This seminar will provide a basic overview of Family Law topics, including divorce, child custody, and support. There will also be a review of different court procedures that parties go through when the parties cannot reach an agreement on these issues. 

Family Law Attorneys Richard Konkel and Tom O’Shea will be presenting this seminar. Richard has 25 years of Family Law experience and Tom has 30 years and is the Chair of the Family Law Department.

Registration & Lunch at 11:45 a.m.
Program begins at 12:00 p.m.

Register now to reserve your seat. Seating is limited. 

Richard Konkel


Attorney Richard Konkel concentrates his practice primarily in family law, estate planning and administration, and real estate law.

Richard believes that these areas of law naturally compliment each other and finds that he is able to form the most satisfying client relationships by providing these services to his clients and their families.

Richard is in the role of a “trusted advisor” who helps his clients reach milestones and navigate life challenges. He credits much of his success in being able to develop strong bonds and providing emotional support during difficult situations. Richard aims to be objective and focused, allowing him to provide valuable legal counsel in very personal matters.

Richard may be reached at (717) 848-4900, Ext. 108 or by email: [email protected].

Richard Konkel Bio

Thomas D. O’Shea


Attorney Thomas D. O’Shea is the Chair of the CGA Family Law group. He has been specializing in family law matters for more than 30 years.

Tom believes many traditional family law attorneys allow an emotionally debilitating and difficult situation to escalate into highly contentious litigation, which results in long-term emotional stress and substantial financial loss. His philosophy is to resolve divorce and family conflict sensibly and efficiently, while minimizing stress and the financial burden for all parties. Resolution is rarely simple, and litigation cannot always be avoided. Tom has litigated hundreds of cases during his career. More importantly, he has resolved thousands of other cases, sparing his clients the expense and uncertainty of trial.

Tom may be reached at (717) 848-4900, Ext. 106 or by email: [email protected].

Thomas O’Shea Bio