Julia M. Parrish

Julia is a member of the firm’s Trusts & Estates Practice Group with two decades of experience, focusing her practice in the areas of estate planning and trust and estate administration.

Julia is passionate about her chosen field because of how it enables her clients to achieve their goals and effectively plan for the future. Helping her clients through difficult times, whether death or incapacity, and finding creative solutions to problems is important to her. Julia’s practice includes: preparing documents such as last will and testaments, powers of attorney, healthcare powers of attorney, living wills, trusts and non-judicial settlement agreements for trusts; aspects of business succession planning and tax planning; in addition to representing clients in guardianship matters and more.

During the estate planning process, Julia works closely with her clients to identify their priorities. From there, she educates her clients on various aspects of property ownership, taxation, and estate and trust planning, enabling them to make an educated choice for their future. Julia also recognizes the value in collaborating with a client’s team – whether their accountant, financial advisor, children, preferred charitable organization or business partner – to ensure the best results. This combined approach allows Julia to create a comprehensive estate plan that meets her clients’ needs and desires.

Julia started her legal career in York County as an intern for the Prothonotary’s office during college. She then gained experiencing working as a law clerk throughout the York and Harrisburg areas. After that, Julia served as a law clerk for the Honorable James M. Blaney of the Superior Court in Ocean County, New Jersey, before returning to York County to practice as an attorney in a small general practice law firm. More recently, Julia served as counsel for a firm in Dauphin County working in estate planning and trust and estate administration.

Outside of the firm, Julia enjoys spending time with her husband and three children. She and her family are active members of Saint Leo the Great Catholic Church in Lancaster.

  • Estate Planning Council of Central PA, Member
  • York County Estate Planning Council, Member
  • Pennsylvania Society of Tax & Accounting Professionals, South Central Chapter, “Estates, Trusts, and Planning for Tomorrow; Assisting Your Clients to Assess Need and Prepare an Effective Estate Plan” (November 2022, September 2023)
  • Dauphin County Bar Association
  • York County Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association

Hannah M. Schroer

Hannah is a member of Barley Snyder’s Employment Practice Group. She brings a unique perspective to the legal industry stemming from her wide variety of career experiences. She comes to Barley Snyder after working as a Judicial Clerk at the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas for the Honorable Leonard G. Brown III. In this role, Hannah researched and drafted civil opinions from commercial contract disputes to restrictive covenants. She also assisted during hearings, providing legal analysis and insight into case facts while supporting multiple judicial chambers. She is a cum laude graduate of both Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law and Rutgers University.

During law school, Hannah was the Managing Editor of Villanova Law Review Online: Tolle Lege and was the Site Chair for Christian Legal Clinics of Philadelphia. She also practiced as a Certified Legal Intern with Villanova’s Interdisciplinary Mental & Physical Health Clinic where she represented clients appealing healthcare coverage denials at fair hearings and conducted client intake interviews. In addition, Hannah served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Juan R. Sánchez where she gained first-hand experience drafting orders, opinions and research memoranda on labor and employment disputes and civil rights challenges in federal court.

With a mission to gain a client-focused experience while giving back to her community, Hannah volunteered for the Military Assistance Project, appealing clients’ unfavorable discharge statuses to seek VA benefits, and assisted attorneys with drafting end-of-life documents at Wills for Heroes clinics. She also spent a summer volunteering at the Face-to-Face Legal Center, helping indigent clients apply for birth certificates and ensuring applications were reviewed.

Hannah also has experience working alongside in-house counsel as a Legal Services Intern at Allied Universal Services, an international private security and staffing corporation based in Conshohocken. She reviewed governance documents, advised human resources on licensing compliance, and conducted extensive research into ongoing legal developments affecting interstate and international compliance.

Before pursuing a career in law, Hannah worked as a Freelance Web Reporter for WFMZ/69 News in Allentown. She reported on various implications of government decisions throughout nine municipalities and analyzed legislation on budgetary and policy decisions. Her background in journalism and online communication taught her a straightforward communication style which she has carried into her legal career. While balancing her municipal beat as a freelancer, Hannah worked in the construction industry as a Product Manager with a national distributor of trench drain and accessories originally based in Easton, Pennsylvania. In this role, she designed drainage systems, compiled case studies and effectively negotiated sales with clients.

Active in her community, Hannah volunteers with the Lancaster Conservancy’s Water Quality Volunteer Coalition and serves on the Pastoral Council at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. Outside of the firm, she enjoys gardening, baking cookies, reading speculative fiction and following Kansas City sports. Hannah hails from the Midwest, but calls Easton, Pennsylvania her hometown.

  • St. Thomas More Society of Central Pennsylvania, Board of Directors
  • Lancaster Bar Association, Member
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member
  • Comment, When Going Green Means Going into the Red: Pennsylvania’s Struggle Funding Stormwater Regulations Creates Water Woes for MS4s, 65 VILL. L. Rev. 223 (2020).

Brandon D. Pack

Brandon is an attorney in the firm’s Creditors’ Rights Practice Group with more than a decade of experience. He focuses his practice in the areas of financial services litigation, banking litigation, and residential and commercial mortgage foreclosure. His practice involves multistate representation of financial institutions and secured and unsecured creditors in both federal and state courts at the trial and appellate levels. Brandon frequently handles matters related to bankruptcy, contracts, ejectment, eviction, foreclosure, general collections, surplus funds, tax sales, title curative, and consumer and banking regulatory compliance. He is well-versed with the Consumer Fraud Act (CFA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and Truth in Lending Act (TILA).

Brandon’s experience and pragmatic approach allow him to identify and minimize risks for his clients in matters involving lender liability, enforcement of creditors’ rights, consumer lending, title defects and consumer protection claims. His extensive knowledge and diligent approach enable him to make important decisions and provide guidance to his clients concerning compliance, regulations and liability.

Prior to joining Barley Snyder, Brandon worked as a litigation attorney at a law firm primarily focused on creditors’ rights and real estate matters. He regularly handled trials relating to foreclosure, eviction and title matters throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, oversaw appeals in state and federal court as well as advised clients regarding compliance and regulatory matters. Brandon also has experience working as a public defender in Berks County where he handled all aspects of criminal defense at every stage of the judicial process. 

A graduate of Temple University, Brandon earned his juris doctor degree from Widener University School of Law. 

Andrew J. Mahon

Andy Mahon is an attorney in Barley Snyder’s Employment and Immigration practice groups with over a decade of experience. He concentrates his practice on immigration law, helping clients with a myriad of immigration related matters, including representing families and businesses seeking immigration benefits as well as defending individuals placed in removal proceedings. Andy has represented hundreds of clients before various agencies that are responsible for administering U.S. immigration laws, including the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of State. He also litigates immigration cases in federal court, filing petitions for review and submitting oral arguments before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and preparing mandamus and habeas petitions before the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. He routinely advises attorneys from other areas of practice on immigration matters affecting their clients, often working with criminal defense counsel to structure guilty pleas to avoid future immigration consequences. Additionally, Andy has presented on immigration topics at several training courses for lawyers, paralegals and community members.

Before joining Barley Snyder, Andy worked at a Lancaster law firm focused exclusively on the practice of immigration law, becoming a partner in 2019. Prior to that, he was a staff attorney for the Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center where he defended individuals in removal proceedings who were most in need due to mental illness, poverty or persecution in their country of origin. He started his legal career as a law clerk for the Honorable Penny L. Blackwell in the York County Court of Common Pleas.

Andy graduated from Fordham University with a bachelor’s degree in history and French. He then spent two years living in France and working as an English teacher. He earned his juris doctor from Widener University School of Law, graduating with honors. He was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and Widener Law Journal.

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Light of Liberty Award, Pro Bono Attorney of the Year (2014)
  • “Immigration Law Training,” Mennonite Central Committee, Presenter (2013-2017)
  • “Model Hearing Program:  Withholding-Only Proceedings,” PIRC and York Immigration Court, Presenter (May 2014)
  • Former teaching assistant, Bordeaux, France

Paul C. Bametzreider

As a member of the firm’s Real Estate, Creditors’ Rights and Business practice groups, Paul concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate, land use, municipal, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy law. He brings over 30 years of experience to the firm, representing a vast number of businesses, banks, real estate and land developers, municipalities and government entities throughout the region. 

Paul has extensive experience in handling real estate and land development matters. He guides clients through all aspects of their real estate transactions – both commercial and residential – from the initial planning process to closing. He works frequently with developers, helping them navigate a myriad of land use and zoning issues such as zoning applications, easements and variances. As a licensed title agent, he handles real estate closings, including purchases and refinancing for individuals and businesses. Paul’s real estate experience dovetails with his municipal practice, serving as solicitor for several townships and authorities. He has also presented on legal topics for the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association.

In his creditors’ rights practice, Paul helps creditors in a wide variety of matters relating to mortgage foreclosures and civil actions for the collection and enforcement of debt obligations. He represents creditors in all stages of bankruptcy from filing motions of relief from stay and objections to plans of reorganization. Outside of his work in creditors’ rights, Paul is well-versed in the banking industry. He frequently advises banks on regulatory and compliance matters pertaining to the Uniform Commercial Code (specifically Articles 9, 3, 4 & 5), the state banking code and various federal regulations governing banks (such as Regulation Z or the “Truth in Lending Law” and Regulation P relating to privacy). He also provides counsel on bank secrecy and security laws. Furthermore, Paul has experience with auto-lending matters related to the Motor Vehicle Sales Finance Act and lending agreements between banks and auto-dealers. He has served as an instructor for the Pennsylvania Bankers Institute in areas relating to law and banking.

As a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Paul participates in the Corporation, Banking and Business Law and Municipal Law Sections in addition to Committees for Legal Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Civil and Equal Rights. He is also a member of the Lebanon County Bar Association and its Committee for Legal Services to the Public.

An active member of the Lebanon County community, Paul serves as Chairman of the Lebanon County Agricultural Land Preservation’s Board of Directors. Paul earned his bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University, a master’s degree in Theology and Religious Studies from Villanova University and his juris doctor degree from Duquesne University Kline School of Law.

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association – Corporation, Banking and Business Law Section, Municipal Law Section, Disability Services Committee, Civil and Equal Rights Committee
  • Lebanon County Bar Association – Committee for Legal Services to the Public

Pennsylvania Bankers Institute, Instructor

  • Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association, Past presenter for various legal topics

Michelle R. Calvert

Michelle is a partner in the firm’s Business and Real Estate practice groups with over three decades of experience handling a wide variety of corporate and real estate matters. She concentrates her practice in the areas of business, finance, mergers and acquisitions and real estate law.

In her business practice, Michelle advises clients on all aspects of their businesses, ranging from entity selection and formation to corporate governance to mergers and acquisitions and succession planning. Michelle regularly helps clients with transactional matters such as buying and selling businesses. She has experience working with a wide range of business types, including car dealerships, firearms retailers, construction contractors, campgrounds, hospitals/medical practices, restaurants, farms and family-owned businesses. Michelle frequently assists small business start-ups with the purchase of their assets and real estate by preparing documents for their financing transactions. She provides general contract review and drafting as well as advice on regulatory compliance matters. Furthermore, she is well-versed in helping restaurant owners obtain retail liquor licenses.

In her real estate practice, Michelle guides her clients through the purchase and sale process from beginning to end. She handles a variety of transactional matters such as agreements of sale, lease negotiation and easements/rights of way. As a licensed title agent, she handles both residential and commercial real estate closings.

Michelle also has substantial experience working with banks, credit unions, economic development agencies and private lenders to document commercial loan transactions, as well as in providing guidance in lender contracting, corporate compliance and other general business matters. 

Aside from her business and real estate work, Michelle has experience with estate planning and administration needs, particularly with representing clients in guardianship cases.  This aspect of her practice stems from her familiarity and work with the health care and senior living sectors. She currently serves on the board of trustees of Cornwall Manor, a renowned senior living community in Lebanon County. Michelle served for many years as general counsel for Good Samaritan Hospital, assisting with physician contracting, insurance company contracts, regulatory, governance and real estate matters. Michelle is also a past member of the board of directors of the WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation.

Active in the community of Lebanon where she and her family live, Michelle serves as legal counsel and a member of the Loan Committee for the Lebanon Valley Economic Development Authority and represents the Emergency Health Services Federation, a non-profit regional EMS council serving eight counties in South Central Pennsylvania. Prior to its dissolution, she also served as the solicitor for the Annville Economic Development Authority. Michelle received her undergraduate degree from University of Pennsylvania and earned her juris doctor degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law. Before moving to Lebanon in 1998, she practiced law in Cumberland and Franklin Counties.

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Lebanon County Bar Association

Loren A. Schrum

As a partner of the firm’s Real Estate, Trusts & Estates and Business practice groups, Loren concentrates his practice in the areas of estate planning and administration, real estate and land use, and general business law. He brings over four decades of experience to the firm.

Loren has significant experience in handling a breadth of real estate matters. Primarily, he handles residential and commercial real estate transfers in addition to refinancing transactions for individuals and businesses. In his land use practice, Loren helps clients navigate rights of way and boundary issues and has extensive experience representing clients in court if needed. As a licensed title agent, he guarantees proper ownership of a clean title and secures title insurance for his clients.

In his business practice, Loren provides counsel on a wide variety of corporate matters pertaining to business formations, governance and succession planning. He frequently represents family owned businesses and closely held corporations throughout the region, helping them with their unique needs. Helping business owners and management teams with their succession planning often coincides with Loren’s estate planning and administration work.

Loren’s previous work in personal injury, DUI victim and wrongful death cases (frequently involving motor vehicle accidents) led him to being named to Philadelphia Magazine’s Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, the Ultimate Guide to the Best Attorneys in Pennsylvania issued in 2004 and 2006. He was the first lawyer in Lebanon County to be admitted to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Loren has practiced law since 1978 when he began his legal career serving as Law Clerk to the Honorable G. Thomas Gates, President Judge, in the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas.

A Lebanon native, Loren is active and well-known in his community. He currently serves on the board of directors of E&E Metal Fab and Royer’s Flowers & Gifts shops. He formerly served on the board of directors of the Lebanon Valley Family YMCA for 15 years and as a basketball and softball coach for a Catholic youth organization for 20 years where he coached girls from second to eighth grade. Loren earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Brown University and his juris doctor degree from Villanova University School of Law.

  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum
  • Philadelphia Magazine’s Pennsylvania Super lawyers, the Ultimate Guide to the Best Attorneys in Pennsylvania (2004 and 2006)
  • Pennsylvania Association for Justice’s Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway and Premises Liability section and the Auto ListServ, Former Member
  • Central Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, Former Member
  • Pennsylvania Bar, Family Law Sub-section, Civil Litigation Sub-section, Former Member
  • Lebanon County Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association

Timothy D. Sheffey

Tim is an attorney at Barley Snyder with more than 45 years of experience concentrating his practice in Trusts & Estates and Real Estate law. 

In his estate planning and administration practice, Tim enjoys helping clients by working with compassion and building trusted relationships. He regularly guides clients through the estate planning process, preparing fiduciary documents, preparing and maintaining updated wills as well as creating powers of attorney and trusts including special needs trusts for families. His detailed approach helps him create comprehensive plans for clients and their unique needs. Serving his ultimate vocation, Tim understands the importance of thoughtfully helping his clients navigate the estate planning/administration process during what can be a very difficult time of their lives. He also works closely with attorneys in Barley Snyder’s Business Practice Group to help business owners develop transition and succession plans.

In his real estate practice, Tim guides clients through refinancing transactions, the purchase and sale of real estate, and setting up business structures. As a licensed title agent, he actively searches for liens to ensure good title. In addition, Tim has substantial experience representing municipalities. He has represented municipalities and school districts in Lebanon and acted as labor solicitor for the county for 38 years. Furthermore, Tim has experience handling labor and employment matters in the public sector, representing schools, municipalities and unions on both union and management sides. 

Born and raised in Lebanon, Tim has strong community ties. He is the original member and chair of Lebanon County Agricultural Land Preservation Board. He is an active volunteer with Cornwall Manor, previously serving as chair of its board of trustees and its foundation committee. Tim received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and earned his juris doctor degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Lebanon County Bar Association

Corey M. Lamoureux

Corey is a partner in the firm’s Litigation, Real Estate and Trusts & Estates practice groups. He brings over ten years of experience to the firm representing clients in civil litigation.

The primary focus of Corey’s legal practice is litigation. He assists businesses, institutions and individuals in all phases of the litigation process and he has a thorough and detail-oriented approach to serving each client. Corey represents clients in matters such as collections, defense of a defect, breach of contract, unjust enrichment, contractor litigation and material defects. He has substantial experience working with construction clients including custom home builders. Before joining Barley Snyder, Corey’s litigation practice also included personal injury/auto accidents, workers’ compensation and family law cases.

Corey also serves as the solicitor to municipal authorities, handling a variety of legal issues acting as their general counsel. As part of his real estate practice, Corey assists his residential and commercial clients with agreements of sale and closings. He handles land use and zoning matters, frequently attending zoning meetings and hearings for his municipal clients. In addition to his litigation, real estate and municipal work, Corey assists estate planning clients with document preparation. In 2020 and 2021, Corey was recognized among Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Stars for his work. While in law school, he worked as a certified legal intern in the Lebanon County District Attorney’s Office.

A Lebanon County native, Corey currently lives in Palmyra with his wife, Becky, and their two children. Passionate for his community, he is actively involved with several associations including Palmyra Civic Baseball as a volunteer, Palmyra Black Knights Hockey as a coach and the Lebanon County Family Law Committee as a member. Corey earned his juris doctor degree from Widener University School of Law and received his undergraduate degree from Lebanon Valley College where he played baseball and hockey. Ice hockey runs through the Lamoureux family veins, and their last name is well-known in the region as Corey’s father, Mitch Lamoureux, played for the Hershey Bears.

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Lebanon County Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2020 and 2021

Colleen S. Gallo

Colleen is a partner in Barley Snyder’s Real Estate, Trusts & Estates and Litigation Practice Groups. She brings over 25 years of legal experience to the firm.

In her real estate practice, Colleen assists clients with a wide variety of matters. She regularly prepares agreements of sale and handles land use and zoning matters and closings. Her real estate experience dovetails with her municipal practice where she has significant experience representing municipalities and authorities throughout Lebanon County including boroughs, townships and school districts.

Colleen is well-versed in estate administration and planning matters. She helps clients develop comprehensive estate plans which includes drafting important documents such as wills, powers of attorney and livings wills. Her estate planning work often takes her to Orphan’s Court where she frequently litigates guardianship cases.

Born and raised in Lebanon, Colleen is very active in the community and giving back is important to her. She serves on boards of many organizations, including currently serving as board president of Halcyon Activity Center as well as a board member for Hershey Federal Credit Union and YMCA Camp Rocky Creek in Cornwall. Colleen also serves as a committee member for Lebanon Valley Family YMCA’s Evening at the Manor and is the chair of the Lebanon County Bar Association Family Law Committee.

Colleen earned her bachelor’s degree in Government from Shippensburg University and received her juris doctor degree from Duquesne University School of Law. She started her legal career practicing in Allegheny County.

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • 2014 Lebanon County William H.G. Warner Pro Bono Attorney of the Year
  • Lebanon Bar Association Family Law Committee

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