Our Practice Areas

Real Estate Transactions

Our firm's main focus is in the area of real estate law. Real Estate law involves a great range of issues including:

  • Buying and selling real estate
  • Residential and commercial lease preparation and review
  • Settlement and closing services
  • Title searches and title insurance
  • Home construction contracts
  • 1031 tax deferred exchanges
  • Mortgage foreclosures
  • Mortgage Workouts - Short Sales, Forbearance Agreements
  • Sheriff Sales
  • Mechanic's liens
  • Home owner association issues
  • Condominium association issues
  • Boundary and survey disputes
  • Easements and right of way matters
  • Quiet title issues
  • Ejectment
  • Environmental issues
  • Zoning issues
  • Landlord-Tenant disputes
  • Construction Defects

Whatever your particular issue may be, Tom Mohr and his team are here for you. Our goal is to serve you with the most thorough, efficient and cost effective manner possible.



When you need to pursue a claim, or when a claim has been made against you, it is imperative that you have effective and trustworthy counsel to assist you. Tom Mohr Law Office will provide you with the diligent and competent representation you deserve. Our philosophy is to pursue your interests with practical representation built on efficiency, regular communication and responsiveness. We will work with you and explain your legal options at every step of the process. We will protect and fight for your interests whether in front of a judge, jury, arbitrator, or mediator.

Other Legal Services:

We  proudly provide services for:

  • Drafting Wills and Trusts 
  • Will contests, objections and challenges
  • Civil litigation 




Do you have questions about our services?

Contact us at (610) 431-0111 or via email at


Tom Mohr, Esq.



Dan McGannon, Esq.



Angie McClure, Paralegal



Sharon, Secretary



IMPORTANT: Please use discretion when contacting Tom or his staff regarding any legal issues as your email does NOT create an attorney-client relationship. We must first determine whether our potential representation of you conflicts with our professional obligations to other clients. Therefore, we ask that you use discretion in providing details of your legal issue to protect your rights and our ethical obligations to other clients.  Once we have determined that no conflict exists, we will be happy to discuss your legal questions and concerns.