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Imblum Law Offices provides bankruptcy and legal advice to clients who may be experiencing issues with bankruptcy, repossession, and foreclosure. We have law offices located in Gettysburg, Harrisburg, and Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Our three locations in central Pennsylvania, south central Pennsylvania, and eastern Pennsylvania allow us to reach out to clients in a wide range of geographical areas including: all of Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. Included in that area is Franklin County, Pennsylvania.
Imblum Law Offices is proud to serve the residents of Franklin County and the surrounding area. Much of Franklin County is within a half hour to forty five minute drive from bankruptcy advice at Imblum Law Offices’ Gettysburg location. Franklin County is located in south central Pennsylvania along the Mason Dixon Line, otherwise known as the border between Pennsylvania and Maryland. Franklin County is bordered by Juniata County to the north, Perry County and Cumberland County to the northeast, Adams County to the east, Frederick County, Maryland, to the southeast, Washington County Maryland, to the south, Fulton County to the west, and Huntington County to the northwest. Franklin County holds a population of nearly 150,000 and is named after Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States of America.
Franklin County is not bankrupt when it comes to state parks. There are three state parks within Franklin County, Pennsylvania: Caledonia State Park, Buchanan’s Birthplace State Park, and Mont Alto State Park. Caledonia State Park is made up of 1,130 acres and is located in both Adams and Franklin County, Pennsylvania. It is named for Caledonia Iron Furnace which preceded the state park and owned by famous abolitionist, Thaddeus Stevens. The furnace produced in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The furnace stack still stands today. To restore the natural beauty of the mountain, a state park was established in 1903, a year after the furnace officially closed. The reclaimed land is now a popular destination for hunters, fisherman, hikers, and campers. The Totem Pole Playhouse, established in 1950, brings in some of the most elite actors in the county. The playhouse is a summer stock theatre located within Franklin County. Buchanan’s Birthplace State Park is a park commemorating the birthplace of Pennsylvania’s only resident to become president of the United States of America. James Buchanan was America’s fifteenth president and served during the tumultuous time in American history: the years leading up to the American Civil War. The state park includes eighteen and a half acres donated by the niece of James Buchanan. The park includes a quaint picnic area and a monument commemorating James Buchanan. Mont Alto State Park is the oldest park in Pennsylvania. Much like Caledonia State Park, Mont Alto State Park is on the location of a past iron furnace. The furnace was owned and operated by the Mont Alto Iron Company. The park currently holds twenty-four acres of land. The land is used now for recreational activities including: fishing in the West Branch of the Antietam Creek, hiking, picnicking, and hunting.
On top of Franklin County’s rich natural resources, Wilson College is one of Pennsylvania’s premiere institutions of higher education. Wilson College was founded in 1869 as a women’s college with ties to the Presbyterian Church. The college remained an all women’s college until the board of trustees approved the move to become coeducational, allowing both men and women, in late 2012. Wilson College has a three hundred acre campus located in Chambersburg, the county seat of Franklin County. The college has a strong liberal arts program.
Imblum Law Offices is proud to serve the residents of Franklin County, Pennsylvania with all their bankruptcy, repossession, and foreclosure needs. We strive to provide the best bankruptcy advice to our clients. For bankruptcy advice, please contact any of our offices located in Gettysburg, Harrisburg, or Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
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