Law Firm in Allison Park, PA

Abernethy & Hagerman, LLC

Abernethy & Hagerman, LLC | Law Firm photo
Serving the Greater Pittsburgh Community for over 25 years
in the practice areas of elder law, medical assistance
Abernethy & Hagerman, LLC advises Western Pennsylvania clients on estate planning, elder law and business law issues. Finding the right solutions to estate and elder law challenges can be difficult and even emotionally taxing. At times like these, Abernethy & Hagerman, LLC in Allison Park offers creative, effective ways to accomplish your objectives. Our attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience assisting Western Pennsylvanians with wills, estate administration, trusts, Medicaid planning, powers of attorney, guardianship and making long-term care arrangements. We also advise on business law issues. Your family and circumstances are unique, so it is vital to retain a respected attorney who will work with you personally and provide the peace of mind you deserve.
 Doctor of Juridical Science (J.S.D.)
Duquesne University School of Law, J.D., 2013
Jay prides himself on being an attorney that makes life’s headaches disappear. His practice includes transactional law, which includes estate planning, estate/trust administration, elder law, real estate transfers, business startups and governance, contracts, and tax law. Whether it’s dealing with the grief caused by the passing of a loved one, the stress of selling a house, or winding through the red tape of starting a new business, Jay is here to minimize any anxiety caused by those events and allow the client to obtain some peace of mind.

Jay was born and raised in the North Hills of Allegheny County in Hampton Township. He fell in love with American history and decided to pursue a degree in that field at Gettysburg College. During that time, he was fortunate enough to work in the White House Office of Correspondence in Washington, D.C. He attended Duquesne University School of Law, focusing his time learning about laws relating to wealth creation and preservation. He began clerking at a law firm in his second year of law school, and worked there as an associate attorney thereafter. Jay decided to move to his hometown of Hampton Township and open his own practice in order to serve the community that he loves so dearly. He currently resides in Hampton Township with his wife and family, and that allows him to serve clients throughout Western Pennsylvania.
Bar Admissions
2013, Pennsylvania
Free Consultation
Practice Areas
 Legal Services  Probate & Contested Wills
 Business Law
4499 Mt. Royal Boulevard