Lancaster law firm rebrands, adds former Rhoads & Sinon attorney
A Lancaster County law firm is rebranding with a new partner, new name and expanded expertise.
The firm formerly known as AEYoung and Associates is now Mitchell & Young, PLLC with the addition of new partner Scott Mitchell. The three-person independent practice includes Mitchell; fellow partner and AEYoung founder Adrian Young; and attorney Greg Latimer.
Young opened AEYoung in Maheim Township in 2002, specializing in personal and business planning issues like succession-related tax exposure mitigation and estate preparation.
Mitchell, formerly of Harrisburg-based Rhoads & Sinon's trust and estates practice group, brings an expertise in elder law, long-term care planning, special needs planning and related issues. Young believes Mitchell's background will complement the existing skill set at the firm, which is now marketing itself as a collaborative, multi-disciplinary practice.
Mitchell & Young is not the first midstate firm to adopt a collaborative approach. Nine other attorneys broke off from Rhoads & Sinon last month to start a new collaborative practice called Pillar+Aught in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County.