(PERKASIE, Pa.) Grim, Biehn & Thatcher of Perkasie, Pa., is pleased announce that Dianne Magee, Esq. was the recipient of a Woman of Influence award from the Lehigh Valley Business Journal at their annual Women of Influence luncheon, held on May 8, 2019, at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, Pa. Magee is a shareholder and heads the firm’s estate department, where she brings a wealth of experience in the areas of elder law and all matters relating to estate planning, estate administration, adoption and guardianship. In addition,

Magee has served as the Solicitor for the Bucks County Area Agency on Aging since 2000.

The Women of Influence award honors female business leaders from across the Greater Lehigh Valley, for their contributions to their companies, industries and communities. Magee was one of 25 leaders honored this year. Mike O’Rourke, publisher, Lehigh Valley Business remarked,

“Dianne was selected because of her outstanding career achievements as well as her involved in the community with Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Bucks County.”

“We salute Dianne for her professional accomplishments, her volunteer work and her leadership, within the firm, and especially within the communities we serve,” said Gregory E. Grim, CEO, Grim, Biehn & Thatcher. “Dianne has had a tremendous impact on the lives of her clients, those professionals she has mentored, and, on the organizations and boards she has served. We are proud of all of her accomplishments.”

 

About Grim, Biehn & Thatcher

Grim, Biehn & Thatcher has been providing trusted legal counsel, practical, commonsense advice and values-based business solutions to clients since the firm was founded by Webster Grim in 1895. The firm represents clients in the areas of Business, Commercial and Tax Law; Litigation; Family Law; Criminal Law; Landlord/Tenant Law; Municipal/Zoning Law; Personal Injury Law; Wills and Estates; and Real Estate Law. The firm prides itself on the following commitments it makes to its clients:

Responsibility – Recognizing that the firm is in a service business and that clients expect and deserve timeliness and responsiveness. This priority is embedded into the firm’s culture and values.

Trust – Representing clients in a skillful and honest manner; taking ownership of every action in its dealings with clients and others with unyielding integrity.

Diligence – Providing the best service with confidence about what the firm does and always working hard to deliver quality service with the client’s goals and best interests in mind for each legal matter.

Value – Striving to pool talents and resources to better serve clients and minimize unnecessary costs and expenses, thus providing increased value to its clients.

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