We are pleased to announce the promotion of attorney Michael F. (Mike) Frisbie to partner, effective January 2017. Mike has been with the firm since October 2013. His practice areas include Estate Planning and Administration, Civil and Commercial Litigation, Business Organizations, and Real Estate.
“Mike Frisbie’s expertise in business organizations is a valuable resource to the firm and the small business owners we serve,” said Weber Kracht and Chellew managing partner, Michael Kracht. “He is adept at helping our clients develop successful strategies for operation and growth.”
Frisbie received his law degree from Rutgers University School of Law in Camden in 1996. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History from The Pennsylvania State University in 1990. In May 2016, he earned an Estate Planning Certificate from the Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law.
Dedicated to his profession and his community, Mike, an Eagle Scout, is Scoutmaster of Troop 6 of Doylestown and is a member of the Bucks County Bar Association. He has served as a Court-appointed arbitrator on Arbitration Panels in the Courts of Common Pleas of Bucks, Lehigh, and Monroe Counties and has also been selected by his peers for private arbitration matters. In 2004, Frisbie completed the prestigious National Institute of Trial Advocacy Program at Temple University. He has lectured on arbitration practice in Philadelphia County and to numerous industry professionals on the topics of Pennsylvania law, Pennsylvania practice, and litigation strategies in Pennsylvania. Mike frequently presents seminars in the community on estate planning.
Mike Frisbie provides individuals and businesses with top level legal services for their everyday situations and problems. Together, they plan and prepare solutions with a litigator’s eye toward avoiding litigation. He takes pride and pleasure in helping people and businesses solve their problems.
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