Representing Clients in Disciplinary and Ethics Matters.
Representing Clients in both Civil and Criminal Matters.

ABOUT THE FIRM

At the law offices of Hornstine Law, LLC, in Philadelphia, we represent individuals and companies in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Florida. We bring decades of legal experience, including more than 20 years of judicial experience, to bear on every case we handle. We take an aggressive stance on behalf of our clients but always strive to offer an environment where you can relax, confident that we are taking care of all your legal concerns. We are committed to treating all our clients the way we would want to be treated if our roles were reversed.

Pennsylvania Attorneys | New Jersey Lawyers

We assist clients with legal concerns involving:

To set up a free initial consultation, contact our office online or for assistance in Pennsylvania and New York call our office at 215-568-4968, for assistance in New Jersey call our office at 609-523-2222, and for assistance in Florida, call our office at 727-538-4178. Evening and weekend meetings can be scheduled at your request.

Our Locations

Bristol, PA Office

2 Canal’s End Road
Suite 201A
Bristol, PA 19007
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Clearwater, FL Office

13575 58th Street North
Clearwater, Florida 33760
Available by appointment
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Hornstine & Vanderslice, LLC

2 Canal’s End Road
Suite 201A
Bristol, PA 19007
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Attorney Substance Abuse, Mental Health Concerns

Please note that this is not legal advice. See our disclaimer. It is well known that attorneys have higher rates of substance abuse, addiction issues and mental health issues than the general...

Estates and Ethics

Please note that this is not legal advice. See our disclaimer. There is a common misconception among attorneys that estate work is simple, easy and requires little effort. However, this is simply...

Importance of Keeping Track of Your Time

Please note that this is not legal advice. See our disclaimer. Attorneys are familiar with their duties and obligations for maintaining records of billable hours. This is especially important if you...

Ethics and Communication with Clients

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